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  • 'She teaches me as much as I teach her'
  • Little Sister Rebecca and Big Sister Sharon Zinser share a sense of adventure and an appreciation for being “goofy.” And when they are together, they laugh – a lot. It all comes together in a strong friendship.
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  • Marshall High School Bigs program boosts Littles’ emotional growth
  • Sometimes all a child needs to stay engaged in school is having one thing to look forward to. For some Marshall students that something is a Big Brother or a Big Sister.

     

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  • Site-based programs growing, offer flexibility to Bigs
  • When people think about Big Brothers Big Sisters’ mentoring, most often our community-based model comes to mind. They picture a Big picking a Little up at their home and heading out to take in a ball game, go to a museum, or enjoy a meal out. For many of our matches this is the case, but this vision of a “typical” match is changing.
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  • You're helping change kids' lives through Bowl for Kids' Sake
  • Each year, you – our generous supporters and sponsors – come together to Bowl for Kids’ Sake, making a positive impact on local children’s lives. This year you raised more than $135,000 that will help change children’s lives for the better, forever.
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  • Plainwell High School Bigs receive STAR Award
  • Congratulations to the Plainwell High School Bigs, winners of the 2016 STAR Award for Youth Volunteer Group!
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  • We're hiring!
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, A Community of Caring has several openings in our Kalamazoo office.
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  • Marshall United Way Awards $5,000 to BBBS
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters, A Community of Caring has been awarded a $5,000 allocation from the Marshall United Way. The funds will assist in providing mentoring services to 40 Marshall elementary students through the High School Bigs program. Students from Marshall High School serve as mentors to students from Marshall’s Gordon, Hughes and Walters’ elementary schools.
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