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Give a Little Campaign
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!
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.
Starbucks Celebrates National Mentoring Month in a Big Way
In celebration of National Mentoring Month, Starbucks is partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters agencies across Indiana, including Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana, for Big Appreciation Days in January!
Bigs Invited to Participate in DEFENDER Direct Convention
Our Corporate Partner, DEFENDER Direct, is inviting Bigs to attend a portion of their upcoming National Leadership Convention on Sunday, February 23 at Banker's Life Feildhouse from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Celebrates Black History Month
We hope you will join us as we celebrate Black History Month throughout February. Big Brothers Big Sisters has designed a unique Black History Month badge for use on social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook.
BBBSCI Board of Directors Welcomes New Members in January
The BBBSCI Board of Directors is proud to announce three new Board Members whose terms began January 1, 2014. Brian Madden, President, Charles Madden P.C.; Randy Reichmann, President & CEO, Indianapolis Region, Old National Bank and former Big Brother; and Raquel Richardson, Chief Marketing Officer, Apparatus and former Big Sister.
In celebration of National Mentoring Month, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana will recognize 30 recruitment partners from across Central Indiana for their commitment to youth mentoring in 2013. Each company is acknowledged for creating work environments that encourage employees to dedicate 4-6 hours a month for an entire year to mentor youth, whether on company time or on employees’ time.