Those of us in the Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters community – participants, volunteers, staff, board and other supporters – understand it’s a special place. Of course there’s mentoring. Of course there’s friendship. Also, though, there’s the plethora of ancillary services JBBBS provides to qualifying individuals and families. What we do here matters – often
Introducing “Mentoring Monday.” Now through the Rodman Ride this September, we’re sharing real stories (and real photos) from real volunteers and real participants in our programs. They cut right to the heart of how come mentoring-friendship matters, how come your contributions to our Ride team, which help to fund some of our important work, matters.
The best times I have had with friends have been when we have tried new things together, explored interesting places, or pushed each others’ limits. I love having a diverse group of friends who can challenge my views of the world and stretch the boundaries of my comfort zone. My dear friend, Julia, challenges me
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
For each of the past 15 years, Jewish Big Brothers Big Sisters has assumed an active role in the Rodman Ride for Kids, an umbrella matching gift charity raising funds for youth-serving organizations like this one. The Ride has become one of our most important fundraisers, and it’s something our community – staff, board, Big