WICHITA, Kansas — Big Brothers Big Sisters is committed to matching boys and girls with adult role models, but constantly faces a shortage of male mentors.
Eight-year-old Abe has been waiting a year and a half to find his Big.
He’s the only guy at his house. He lives with his mother and three sisters and he says it gets lonely. His father passed away after an accident.
For Abe, having a Big Brother is about having a teammate and a male influence in his life.
Click on the video link to watch Abe’s story.
If you’d like more information on becoming a Big, call 1-888-KS4-BIGS, or visit KansasBigs.org.