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Babson College Police Department Gives Back with Big Brothers Big Sisters Day
Big Brother Javier and the Babson College Police Department put on a Big Brothers Big Sisters Day for future police officers and Littles, Nicola and Job. They learned how to fingerprint, collect evidence, and even gave a parking ticket to an unsuspecting Ferrari. Read more about the day here.
Proceeds of Camperitos Sales Benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay
The Latin chicken restaurant chain will celebrate its “little” addition to the menu with a two-week fundraiser benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay. From March 31 through April 13, 10 percent of all Camperitos sales will be donated to support Big Brothers Big Sisters’ mission and all “Bigs” eat free for Volunteer Appreciation Month this April.
Kyler Bucano, a Junior at Curry College knew he wanted to make his college experience more meaningful. After hearing from a teammate on his basketball team that Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay had over 800 kids waiting for mentors in the Boston area, he knew he wanted to get involved.
Making A Difference in Lynn: Bourdeau Loves Being a Big Brother
After visiting Mexico on a service trip in high school, Meson Bourdeau, now 29, a lifelong resident of Lynn, knew he wanted to make a difference in the community. He decided to become a Big Brother. Read his story here.
Emerson Men’s Basketball ‘Teams’ up with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay to Mentor Kids in Boston.
Under the leadership of Head Coach Jim O’Brien, the Emerson Basketball Team partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay to mentor kids at the Josiah Quincy School, a Boston Public school in Chinatown. The partnership will give the children the opportunity to bond with student-athletes.