Little Sister Vicky and her Big Sister Monica Jones were matched in Polk County when Vicky was in the second grade. Transferring from a school match to the traditional program allowed Monica to provide more opportunity for Vicky, exposing her
Joe Sherman, a super Big Brother and member of the Henderson BBBS Advisory Council, spoke recently on Hendersonville radio station WTZQ-FM not only about last weekend’s spaghetti fundraising dinner but also about the great work Bigs are doing in
In the Hendersonville Times-News, Natalie Swenson writes, “A mentor is much more than a trusted friend, counselor, or teacher. He or she provides continuing care for an individual along life’s journey.” “A recent Henderson County survey with local schools determined
Bidding is now open for “Have a HeArt,” an annual fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Polk County, at the Upstairs Artspace in Tryon. The event, which opened Jan. 11, features the work of more than 50 area
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Buncombe County has more than 40 boys on its waiting list for Big Brothers. This short video shows you how being a Big Brother is as good for you as it is for the kids.