For may of the youth in our program, the one constant they can rely on is their connection with their Big. They receive mentorship, compassion, stability, and just as importantly, time for fun. Whether it's a trip out for ice cream, a shoulder to cry on, or an empowering influence in an uncertain time, for more than 53 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County has helped our Littles grow toward their fullest lives and reach their biggest futures.
Your contributions forge resilience, strength, and empowerment in every match between a Big and a Little - and your continuous support keeps us resilient and strong, too. Help Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County keep fostering these essential connections by giving to our Join the Village campaign. Donate during December, and your contribution will be doubled thanks to the generous support of our sponsors.
We are not a place. We are a relationship.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest, largest, and most successful mentoring organization in the U.S. We create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. And we can't do it without you.
Every day, caring students and adults from across Butler County step up to mentor a child, and the impact is life-changing - for both the mentors and the kids.
Explore our site to learn more about who we are, what we do, and how you can get involved. Have a question or want to learn more? Contact us by phone at 513-867-1227, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BBBS receives foundation grant
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County is excited to announce that we have been awarded a grant in the amount of $56,877 from the L&L Nippert Charitable Foundation. We are grateful to the L&L Nippert Charitable Foundation for their support of our life-changing mentoring programs!
BBBS & covid-19
Our office is open Monday through Friday, 9 AM to 4 PM. We welcome visitors, but we ask that all who enter our office please wear a mask. Our agency continues to follow guidance from the Butler County Health Department, as well as state officials, and we will adjust our protocols as circumstances warrant. Thank you for your assistance and understanding as we all navigate this public health challenge.
When children and teens have the influence of a caring adult, they are more likely to avoid risky behaviors and to focus on academics. Today's youth face a variety of challenges, and being matched with a Big Brother or Big Sister can help them navigate these challenges and reach their potential.