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What does it take to be a Big?

 You don’t need any special degrees or job skills. You just have to want to positively impact a young person. Role models come in all shapes and sizes, and you could be a perfect fit.

Bigs must be 19 years or older, able to meet with their Little 4-6 hours per month for one year, have a valid I.D., and live or commute near Marion, Hamilton, or Johnson County. For more information, please watch this video.

You don’t have to do it alone, either. Becoming a Big Couple or Big Friends are options for couples or friends that would prefer a shared experience as opposed to each of them having a Little of their own.  Big Friends are two individuals who have been “friends” for a minimum of 2 years and want to be matched together to the same Little. Big Couples have been in a relationship for at least 2 years but do not have to be married.