Gala 2017 is just over a month away – and those of us close to the planning know the party wouldn’t be nearly so epic save for the contributions of our co-chairs: creative, committed supporters of one-to-one mentoring – and JBBBS! Over the next few weeks, we’ll introduce you to the faces behind Gala 2017.
Betsy’s connection with Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters is lengthy and strong. Her father-in-law Cy, was a Little Brother in 1920, the very early days of the organization. Betsy served as the first woman President of Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters and was a founding director of the Endowment Board, on which she remains active.
Friends of JBBBS: Mentoring is something that has impacted many of us. We have had a parent who encouraged us, a teacher who pushed us, or a friend who supported us when we needed it most. They are a hand that guides us forward, that helps us up when we fall. It is for that
For nearly 100 years, JBBBS has been a pioneer in Greater Boston’s youth mentoring movement, so it was with great excitement that the agency celebrated the expansion of its Children’s Programs to the North Shore this fall. “Here, we believe it takes a village – and a Big Brother or Sister is an important
Betsy and Steve Rosen here. We are delighted to be co-chairing the JBBBS Gala, with Judy and Mark Shankman, on Saturday, March 5 . It’s going to be a fun-filled celebration, which showcases the agency’s impact serving children and adults with disabilities. We’re transforming the House of Blues with a completely new look that’ll make the