83% of former Littles surveyed agree that their Big instilled values and principles that have guided them through life.
Looking to get involved? Whether you’re interested in donating, volunteering or enrolling your child, Big Brothers Big Sisters offers several types of programs in communities across the country.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Year Awards
Pictured at right is Nija Saunders (middle background), our Parent Partner of the Year for 2022. Nija was photographed during a filmed WTNH News interview in which she talked about winning the recognition. Nija is pictured with her 4 boys, who are matched with inspirational, caring mentors in our Community-Based Program. From left in photo, Sarah Cody, WTNH News anchor/reporter; Little Brother Leo; Little Brother Nigel; Little Brother Lawrence and Little Brother Lennox.
Nija Saunders is one of the six mentoring standouts who will be recognized at the always-popular Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Year Awards event being held on Thursday, May 19th from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM at the Mark Twain House and Museum in Hartford. To learn more about the free May 19th event, contact Marisa Rader – Development & Events Manager for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Connecticut – at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become A Volunteer
Volunteering to be a mentor is not only fun, it’s a change catalyst. It changes things for the better for the mentor, for the child being mentored, for families, and for the community at large!
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"Changing Children's Lives for the Better, Forever"
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Andy Fleischmann, President & CEO of Big Brothers Big Sister of Connecticut, Interviewed on 105.9 The River by Host Renee DiNino
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