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Whom Do
We Serve?

Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks to change the lives of children facing adversity between 6 and 18 years of age. Our network of volunteers, donors and supporters comes from all walks of life, all backgrounds, all corners of the country.

What Do
We Do?

Our unique brand of one-to-one mentoring, in which a child facing adversity is carefully matched with a caring adult mentor in a relationship supported by professional Big Brothers Big Sisters staff members, changes lives for the better forever.

What Do
We Achieve?

Big Brothers Big Sisters helps children achieve success in school, helps them avoid risky behaviors, such as getting into fights and trying drugs and alcohol, and helps them improve their self-confidence. We hold ourselves accountable to our supporters by regularly measuring our impact

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. 

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.

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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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