Today our need is greater than ever. More than 50 children and teens in our Big/Little programs, and roughly an equal number of adults with disabilities in our Friend 2 Friend program, are waiting on the right-fit match. You can volunteer just a few hours a month and make a HUGE difference in someone’s life.
If you’ve frequented social media in recent days, it’s likely you’ve witnessed the rallying cry for those people who care about their communities and their neighbors to do something: Make a gift, volunteer your time… But, to be clear, we’ve long understood just how deeply local kids are counting on us grown-ups. Here at JBBBS, we have
If, like us, you’re feeling some kind of thing about what happened on Tuesday night (surprise, sadness, loss, rage, hope, excitement, elation, uncertainty), you’re not alone. Far from it. That’s because, in addition to your friends, family, colleagues and perfect strangers – all of them unpacking their feelings about the results of this election – there
Are you Mark’s future Big Brother? Mark is a curious, smart and good-humored seven year old who looks forward to a Big Brother match. He’ll be starting second grade this summer and says his favorite subject is art. He lives with his mom, who is dealing with chronic health challenges and who has limited family
I participate with Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters in the Rodman Ride for Kids to give back to the community. I enjoy meeting new people every year and participating in a fun event while raising money for such a great cause. Being a Big Brother has taught me many important life lessons, and I am