We're not born with instructions on how to succeed in life. We depend on the positive role models around us to learn our way. But, what happens to our children who are missing role models? Studies show that they are left behind and too often lost. Fortunately, we can make a difference through programs like Big Brothers
Greg Oravec Mayor, City of Port St Lucie November 10, 2015
Big Brothers Big Sisters is celebrating 10 years of service in Okeechobee County.Join us on Saturday, March 25th for Big Brothers Big Sisters' Boots & Burgers at the Okeechobee Livestock Market … [Read More...]
You can help support Big Brothers Big Sisters by purchasing a Big Brothers Big Sisters license plate. $25 from each license plate goes to your local Big Brothers Big Sisters agency. Go to your … [Read More...]
On Saturday, March 11th , Big Brothers Big Sisters partnered with Indian River County Parks Division to better connect Big Brothers Big Sisters families to their community and each other. Big Brothers … [Read More...]
I have been a mentor for two students, beginning in the second grade and following them through fifth grade. I have seen a tremendous amount of growth in reading ability, self-esteem and social skills as well as building a rapport with the family. I believe this program makes a significant impact on the students who are involved.
Deborah Johnson Okeechobee county-site based mentor 2015
All children achieve success in life.
To provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.