ONE HOUR | ONCE A WEEK | ONE LIFE
With a proven track record of over 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters is the world’s premier mentoring programme. Just one hour of time with a mentor each week makes a huge impact on the life of a child.
What a milestone getting to this point of making our first, Rotorua matches! This is a credit to a great team of people who began with the desire to bring Big Brothers Big Sisters to Rotorua approx three years ago.
Hasn't the “selfie” become a common phenomenon (a fast self-portrait, made with a smartphone's camera and immediately posted). However, we think the best selfies are those with
Police Sergeant Mike Yates and his Little Brother Jacahn have been friends in the Cops in Schools Mentoring Programme for three years. Their latest project had them both learning some new skills.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is participating in #GivingTuesday as it gets under way in New Zealand for the first time this year. And for the price of a coffee we've got an idea about how you can get involved.
We're so excited about the Rotorua programme starting with Darryl Parker as the new Coordinator. We're now looking for volunteers to sign up - Big Brothers in particular are needed.
The Nelson team really know how to run a brilliant fundraising event. Guest speaker Billy Graham's inspirational stories of lives being turned around by the influence of mentors motivated people to bid high, resulting in fantastic fundraising total.
When Graham first met Bailey he really wasn't sure how it was all going to go. Now, Graham and Bailey have just celebrated three years of being matched together.