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Big Brothers Big Sisters is the premier one-to-one mentoring program in Beaver County. Research shows that when matched with a caring Big volunteer, Littles do better in school, make healthier choices, have higher self-esteem, and get along better with peers and family members.


Create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. 


Child safety is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ highest priority. To achieve the highest standards possible, we work constantly to review and strengthen our background check systems as new best practices in the industry emerge. We also make sure our Bigs and our staff have the training and resources they need to help Littles on their path to success.



Becoming a Big Brother, Big Sister or Big Couple could change a child’s life for the better, forever. We always have “Littles” waiting to be matched. “Bigs” must be over 18 years old, complete the application and screening process, and be willing to spend at least 4 hours per month with their “Little.” Training is provided.  Call 724-843-4600 or click here for an online application. 



Enrollment is the first step to providing another caring adult in a child’s life. Being part of Big Brothers Big Sisters ensures that your child will have the opportunity to learn, grow and succeed. Please feel free to call us at 724-843-4600 or click here for an online application. 


A Big and Little taking a selfie while attending a Steelers Football game. Nasonnie & Keith


Traditional mentoring that takes place between a community Big and Little. Spend time together baking cookies, playing catch, or visiting local events and sites.  You might just find that you've changed a life- theirs and yours. 

A Teen Big and Elementary Little working on homework together at one of our site-based school programs.


BBBS of Beaver County facilitates relationships between high school students and kids in their elementary schools. Meeting during or at the end of the school day, these mentoring relationships allow students to benefit from relationships close in both proximity and connection.

Classmates in the Library

Beyond School Walls

Introduces high school students to jobs earlier in their school years, allowing them to experience what it means to work for a business or agency, informing them of the education requirements needed to achieve professional success, and building a strong and supporting mentoring relationship with a business leader.

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