VOLUNTEER
Bring a Little Magic into Someone's Life
Become a Big
BBBS - VOLUNTEER INFORMATION
Think back to when you were a child. Who was that person, other than your parent who brought a little magic into your life just by being there? By becoming a Big Brother or a Big Sister you can be that person in the life of a child. And you will build treasured memories through a friendship that will change your life, and a child's life forever. Discover spontaneous, small moments of shared fun, creating BIG memories that last a lifetime.

Being a Big is something anyone can do - the only requirements are a willingness to be a friend, to have fun, and to see the world (and yourself) through the eyes of a young person. Most Bigs are adults of any age, but we also have programs for high school and college students.

As a Big, you and your Little will do everyday activities like playing sports, seeing a movie, cooking, going over schoolwork, visiting a museum, washing the car, taking a walk, volunteering in their community, or just hanging out. And as in any friendship, it is the spontaneous, small moments of shared fun or discovery that you will remember forever. That is the magic a Big brings to the life of a child-and that a Little brings to the life of a Big.

Our Volunteers Are...
From all walks of life: Doctors, mechanics, architects, house painters, lawyers, students, teachers and more. Anywhere from 18 to 80 years old!
Single, married, divorced, or widowed.

Thoroughly screened by  our professional staff through: A criminal background check and driving record check. A thorough, one-to-one interview with a professional staff. Three personal and professional reference checks.
Our Volunteers Are...
• From all walks of life:
   Doctors, mechanics, architects,
   house painters, lawyers,
   students, teachers and more
• Anywhere from 18 to 80 years old!
• Single, married, divorced, or widowed

Thoroughly screened by 
our professional staff through:


• A criminal background check
  and driving record check
• A thorough, one-to-one interview
  with a professional staff
• Three personal and
   professional reference checks.

Volunteer Notice and Acknowledgement
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