Whether its getting ready for college, identifying career goals or grasping the”softer skills” of life, mentor.2.0 provides the support that high school students need to succeed. Amphitheater High School has taken the lead in Tucson, guiding students through the research-based mentor2.0 curriculum with the help of volunteers who commit to supporting a single student through their high school […]More Info
Did you know that there are nearly 200 children in Tucson on the waiting list for a Big Brother or Big Sister? This is why we are so excited to bring Big Brothers Big Sisters’ nationally recognized mentoring program Bigs in Blue to our city. Bigs in Blue expands on Big Brothers Big Sisters’ one-on-one mentoring program by matching local youth […]More Info
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson and Comcast NBCUniversal in Tucson, Arizona are working together to bring the power […]More Info
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson is one of six area nonprofits selected to compete in the Vantage West Credit Union’s Commitment to Community Campaign which runs from Saturday, September 24, through Monday, November 21. We are currently competing against five charities in Arizona and need your vote! The nonprofit receiving the most votes will […]More Info
After a brief hiatus, we are happy to return to our #MentorOfTheMonth series, where our program gets the opportunity to recognize extraordinary Bigs! August features Big Sister Carolyn Mathews, with the following written by her Program Coordinator, Karen Lara. It has almost been three years since Big Sister Carolyn Mathews and Little Sister Celeste were […]More Info
CALLING ALL BIG 10 ALUMNI! If you live in Southern Arizona or are visiting here please join us for the 6th Annual Big Ten Conference Mixer! Join us Saturday, August 27, 2016 from 4:30 to 7:00 PM at Fox & Hound at Foothills Mall 7625 N. La Cholla Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85741 The mixer is […]More Info
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson has been selected as a finalist for the Tucson Metro Chamber Copper Cactus Awards presented by Wells Fargo in the category of Tucson Electric Power Charitable Non-Profit Business. Nominees in this category are judged on their exceptional leadership, culture, innovation and growth. As a leader in youth mentoring, Big […]More Info
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 9, 2016 Contact: Katie Kernodle AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer Recruitment Coordinator Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson 520-624-2447 firstname.lastname@example.org tucsonbigs.org Big Brothers Big Sisters Announces Launch of New High School Mentoring Program, mentor2.0. Tucson, AZ – Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson has announced the launch of mentor2.0, a new program designed […]More Info
Fry’s Food Stores Round-Up Campaign and Coin Box Program for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson Hits A BIG Goal!
PRESS RELEASE For Immediate Release June 1, 2016 Fry’s Food Stores Round-Up Campaign and Coin Box Program for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson Hits A BIG Goal! Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson received a generous gift of $10,082.48 from participating in the Fry’s Food Stores Round-Up Campaign and Coin Box Program. Local Fry’s […]More Info
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tucson congratulates Dick Patterson as the 2016 Big Brother of the Year for the State of Arizona!
Dick Patterson became Aaron’s Big Brother when Aaron was just nine years old. Over the years, they have formed a bond that will never be broken. Dick is the true definition of what a Big Brother is. “We ask our volunteers to be friends to youth who need a friend to help with their development. […]More Info