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BBBSCI Board of Directors Welcomes New Officers & Members
The BBBSCI Board of Directors announces incoming officers for 2014 - 2016: Eric Lis, President (featured right); Kelly Pfledderer, Vice President; Kay Swank-Herzog, Vice President; Bob Clifford, Treasurer; DeShonne Jackson, Secretary; and Todd Ryden, Immediate Past President. The BBBSCI Board of Directors also welcomes new Board Member Sam Hodson, Partner at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP.
BBBSCI Named "Non-Profit Volunteer Program of the Year"
BBBSCI is proud to announce that the agency has been named the 2014 "Non-Profit Volunteer Program of the Year" by United Way of Central Indiana. The agency was recognized as a non-profit organization that effectively uses volunteers to further our mission and community impact.
Celebrate Mentoring Event Highlights the Impact of Mentoring & Honors Willis Bright, Jr. with Community Mentor Award
BBBSCI hosted over 350 guests at the 2014 Celebrate Mentoring event presented by Taco Bell on Wednesday, June 11 at the Indianapolis Marriott Downtown. Celebrate Mentoring is an event which celebrates Bigs and Littles and pivotal mentoring moments in the match relationship.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana invites all current and former Bigs to take part in the Give A Little Campaign. We are celebrating Bigs everywhere while working toward a goal of securing 1,000 gifts of $25.00!
Support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana by voting today in NUVO’s “Best of Indy” 2014! BBBSCI was honored to be in the Top 3 Best Places to Volunteer in NUVO’s “Best of Indy” 2013, and we could not have done it without you. Help us become #1 this year! Click on "more" to vote!
On April 7, BBBSCI will kick off it's first-ever "100 Men in 50 Days" recruitment campaign in an effort to recruit 100 Big Brothers to serve the nearly 408 boys currently waiting for a mentor in central Indiana.