Read below for our current enrollment status.

Little Brothers: We are currently unable to accept new applications for Little Brothers due to a shortage of Big Brother volunteers and a long list of Little Brothers who are waiting to be matched. If you and child are open to being matched with a Big Sister, please inquire below and we will note this preference in your file.

Little Sisters: As of January 2022, we are now able to accept new Little Sister applications. Please inquire below if you have not already done so, or give our office a call if you submitted an inquiry previously and would like to move forward now.

How It Works

It all starts with the right role models. And Big Brothers Big Sisters is the place to start a relationship with one. For over 57 years locally, we’ve been able to recruit, screen, match, and support mentoring relationships that have changed the lives of hundreds of thousands of young people within our community. The program requires a minimum one-year commitment from Big, Little and the Little’s caregiver.

Matches in 2020

Matches meet two to four times per month, on days and times convenient to both Big and Little. Our program focuses on the individual needs of each child to help them thrive. While we serve up to the age of 18, children ages 7 to 15 are referred to be matched within our program by parents, guardians, counselors, social workers, teachers and family friends.

Volunteers Interviewed in 2020

After both the parent or guardian and the child are interviewed by our staff, each child is paired with a carefully screened adult mentor through a comprehensive matching process based on personal interests, life experiences, and location. Mentors are provided with training, support and ongoing advice from the BBBS team to help nurture a healthy, lasting relationship. The mentor serves as a positive role model and will provides a source of stability in building trust with each child we serve.

Children waiting to be matched in 2020

“My son is less angry and has changed his perspective on men since having a Big Brother.”
Marilyn, mother of Jay’sson, 11

“My Big has taught me that loving yourself is the true key to being happy. She really teaches me how to enjoy life to the fullest. My favorite thing about my Big is that I can talk to her about anything.”
Little Sister Alivia, 14


When you support Big Brothers Big Sisters, you change lives for children in our community.