Ordinarily, Big Brothers and Sisters commit at least a year to their “Littles.” Not so for Harris Lansky, who’s still in touch with his not-so-Little Brother, Bob Lavenberg, 47 years later. Also not so for one-time Little Brother-turned-Big Brother, Bob Lavenberg, who was matched to his own “Little,” David Coven, over three-and-a-half decades ago. “When I first
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
We call it “My Little Story,” but there’s nothing “little” about it. Friendship is big – and it’s a big deal. Plus, for many of our matches, it’s long-lasting. Take Deirdre and Cookie, for example. In this edition of “My Little Story,” alumni Friend 2 Friend volunteer, Deirdre, dishes about her match to Cookie. ***
#MyLittleStory is an accounting of experiences: Big and Little Brothers’ and Sisters’, Friends’, parents’ and family members’, donors’, supporters’. Stories highlight why we care: About our matches, about mentoring, about JBBBS! This week, hear from MAGIC volunteer, Rachel Page. New to Boston, I was looking for ways to volunteer and get involved in the community.