In this month’s Give a Little, we meet Aaron, who tells us how the latest Big Brothers Big Sisters initiative may help young men like him.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is known for one-on-one mentoring but it is not the only option to help kids. The “family match” pairs a child with both parents and their children. It can be tough to tell where the family ends and the match begins.
Rylan is 6-years-old and looking for a Big Brother. He likes to go to the Sedgwick County Zoo and All-Star Sports.
Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters has been awarded a big financial boost from the government.
Abe is the only guy at his house. He lives with his mother and three sisters and he says it gets lonely.
Bill Hanna will be honored later in June for his contributions to the organization.
Kansas Big Brothers Big Sisters has been challenged to raise $15,000 to match 15 children in 15 days with either Big Brothers or Big Sisters. The deadline is May 15.
Joe Asbridge is counting the days to graduation and Big Brother John Speer can’t help but smile.
Big Brothers Big Sisters serves children from the time they enter kindergarten through the time they graduate high school, but for so many matches, those relationships don’t end there.
Big Brothers Big Sisters largest fundraiser is in full swing. Bowl for Kids Sake helps offset the cost of finding matches for hundreds of Littles each year. One of those is 9-year-old Jordan.