IN THE NEWS
Following are recent media stories featuring or mentioning Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County:
June 2, 2022, Spectrum News: Volunteer shortage hits local charity mentoring kids
May 16, 2022, Journal-News: Dozens of Littles on wait list for Bigs at Big Brothers Big Sisters
May, 2, 2022, WLWT Channel 5 News: Fairfield High School senior [BBBS Big Sister] awarded $20,000 in prestigious Coca Cola Scholarship
April 2022, The Hamiltonian Magazine: The Ties That Bind
FOR THE MEDIA
We welcome interviews with media representatives! To speak with an agency spokesperson and/or a current Big or Little, please contact Becky Perkins at email@example.com or 513-867-1227, ext. 141. Note: Please allow as much advance notice as possible if an interview with a Big or Little is desired, as our Bigs and Littles work and attend school in our community and may not be available on short notice.
Topics Big Brothers Big Sisters frequently addresses:
- The need for and importance of mentoring generally, and youth mentoring specifically
- The impact of mentoring on local youth
- Volunteering in Butler County
- How donating supports youth mentoring
Key facts about Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County:
- Mission Statement: Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Butler County creates and supports one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.
- Location and service area: Located in Hamilton, Ohio, and serving all of Butler County
- History: BBBS of Butler County was established in 1968 as a local affiliate of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
- Impact: BBBS is the oldest, largest, and most effective youth mentoring organization in the United States. BBBS of Butler County serves nearly 500 local children each year through our mentoring programs and our Club of Unmatched Littles.