Campaign Partner Toolkit
Serenity, a 12-year-old from Worcester, describes her friendship with Kira, 32: “It’s one person you can get comfortable with and get laughs with, and they can make you feel like family.”
That’s the power of Big Brothers Big Sisters – transforming children’s lives through one-on-one friendships and mentoring, matching “Littles” with “Bigs” who help make a difference.
We know that too many children and teenagers feel isolated and ignored. They experience discrimination. They hear hateful language. They fear for their futures.
Mentors can change that. BBBS of Central Mass and Metrowest is working to #LiftUpLittles and help the hundreds of children in our community who need a mentor. Please join the effort by:
be part of the campaign
Sharing Your Story. To help others understand the need and the challenge, share your story of a mentor who helped you.
Lending Support. To help build a caring community, make a gift to support Big Brothers Big Sisters’ work in Central Massachusetts.
Being a Big. To help a child make a connection and rise above, volunteer to be a mentor – just an hour a week.