Big Brothers Big Sisters
Children are our most important asset; they are the future leaders of our community. Having a stable caring adult in the life of a child can make a world of difference in their development. Mentoring is a great way to enrich the life of a child and give back to the community.
There are hundreds of mentoring programs operating throughout the United States. Big Brothers Big Sisters is the oldest and largest youth mentoring organization in the U.S., matching caring adults with children, ages five-to-18 years old, in one-to-one relationships.
Marco is a “Big Brother” with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlanta. Participating in this mentoring program is fulfilling to Marco just as it is to his “Little Brother” Mario. If you would like to become a mentor, contact Big Brothers Big Sisters of Atlanta at www.bbbsatl.org.