LIGHT ONE MATCH GIVING SOCIETY

The Light One Match Society is a leadership giving society that encompasses a distinguished group of donors making gifts of $2,000- $9,999 to assist Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana (BBBSCI) in creating and supporting mentoring relationships each fiscal year. To support just one match for an entire year costs BBBSCI $2,000 and with a growing wait list of kids that have asked for a mentor, generous donors at this level can help us reach more kids in our community.

  • Recognition in BBBSCI's Annual Report
  • Invitations to attend Light One Match Society events to meet and network with fellow society members, agency leaders, and active matches
  • A mailed program that includes all new matches that were made possible through the Light One Match Society
  • Additional agency communication and event opportunities

Challenge Match for New Donors

Thanks to the generosity of Al and Shary Oak for making this new giving society possible, you can help BBBSCI create 50 new mentoring relationships in 2022. The Oak Family has committed a $50,000 challenge gift to match 50 new gifts of $1,000.

Al and Shary Oak are both dedicated supporters of BBBSCI and advocates for youth. Al was past president of Big Brothers of Greater Indianapolis, which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year, and has served as a Big Brother multiple times. Both Al and Shary have a deep affinity for mentoring after witnessing the impact of Big Brothers Big Sisters over the years. The two share one son, Adam, a daughter-in-law, Christen, and are proud grandparents to grandson, Miles. When they are not enjoying the Florida sunshine, they spend their time here in Indianapolis. BBBSCI is grateful for the support of the Oak family and for their commitment to the limitless potential of every child.   

HELP US MAKE 50 MATCHES IN 2022

This match was lit with the support of Connor Curry.

This match was lit with the support of Joseph Robele.

This match was lit with the support of Amy and Ron Holtz.

This match was lit with the support of Adam and Amber Ternet.

This match was lit with the support of Connor Curry.

This match was lit with the support of Joseph Robele.

This match was lit with the support of Amy and Ron Holtz.

This match was lit with the support of Adam and Amber Ternet.

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