Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands Announces Program Updates
This spring, Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of the Midlands (bbbsomaha.org) plans on going near and far to spread the organization’s message. Big Brothers Big Sisters is currently launching a partnership with the YMCA, enabling BBBS to serve their 10 local branches. Also, be on the lookout for BBBS around the Benson community, as the agency continues to do Benson park cleanups and have youth activities in the area every first Friday of the month with Benson First Fridays.
BBBS is geared up and ready for a summer of recruiting volunteers. There are over 150 youths that still need mentors! These Littles are eager to be mentored; they just need people 19 and older to give them four hours of their time, two times a month.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Midlands strives for all youth in the program to reach their full potential. A Big Brother, Big Sister, or Big Couple provides youth with a sense of safety and security, emotional support, and social skill promotion. Bigs and Littles are matched based on common interests so they can have the benefit of doing activities together that they both enjoy. With a Big by their side, more Littles are discovering who they are and what they can achieve in life. Big Brothers Big Sisters is working to clear the path for our youth’s biggest possible futures. Learn more online at bbbsomaha.org or contact Abiola Kosoko at (402) 504-4719 / email@example.com.