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2015 Bowl for Kids Sake
The new 2015 Bowl for Kids Sake Event Sponsorship opportunities have rolled out!
Contact Krista to be a Part of our fasted growing annual FUNdraiser!
Agency News and Events
Thank you to the High Point University Big Brothers Big Sisters Club for hosting our Littles on campus for a Thanksgiving dinner. It was a great […]
The date has been set for the 2015 Volunteer Center of Greensboro Human Race!!! Saturday, April 18th! Mark Your Calendars!
Use this discount code to purchase tickets! Visit UniverSoul Discount Tickets and enter the code BIG. You can choose from Friday, November the 14th […]
Outback Steakhouse launched a commemorative gift card for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America and it is sold online ONLY at www.Outback.com from November 3 – […]
Shyreek is a bright, well rounded young man who always has a smile on his face and is ready to help. Shyreek has always done well […]
Caring for Kids Campaign
The cost to sustain those connections between a Big and a Little is approximately $1,000 per year. This is why we need your help. There are a number of levels and ways you can give to make new lasting relationships and continue to support the ones we have.
Big and Little Spotlight
Lacey and Lixi have been matched since November of 2013. Lixi was in fourth grade at the time and was pretty shy at their first meeting. However, it didn’t take long for Lacey to pull Lixi out of her shell and the two of them began talking more and having fun at each visit. Lacey is currently a sophomore at High Point University and is studying Psychology and plans to go to graduate school to get her PhD. Lixi is in 5th grade at Fairview Elementary school and says she would like to be a veterinarian when she grows up. Lixi says that having Lacey as a Big Sister is “Awesome!” Lacey said, “In twenty years, I would like Lixi to be able to reflect on her time with me and remember always having something to look forward to every week during school. No matter if she’s having a bad week or if she’s upset about something, she could always count on me to be there every week to talk to her and see how everything is going!”