You have a big opportunity in front of you - to not only impact a child's life today, but to empower their potential for tomorrow.
We are always looking for people eager to positively impact a child and improve the Sioux Empire community at the same time. Big Brothers are needed the most right now.
For a few hours, a couple times a month, you can give a Little the invaluable gift of your friendship. By simply changing their perspective of what the world can offer, you can literally start changing their life. Play a board game, make fun crafts, or hit the playground together. Just as your options are unlimited, so is your Little's potential but don't just take it from us. Read our National Big Impacts match articles of Bigs and Littles for some amazing stories of what it means to be a role model.
Ready to be a Big? Just fill out our online inquiry form and a Big Brothers Big Sisters staff member will contact you. So many of our Bigs tell us that becoming a mentor was the best decision they ever made. What are you waiting for?
Know someone who would make a great Big Brother?
At Big Brothers Big Sisters, we are always looking for more men to be mentors. We have boys who are ready and waiting to be matched with a role model. So tell the guys you know to sign up to become Bigs. They can do all the fun things they love to do already, like see movies, play video games, and go hiking. Only now they get to enjoy it with a child who can truly benefit from it.
More than 70% of our children waiting for a Big are boys, but only 3 out of every 10 inquiries to volunteer come from men. Research shows that having the positive influence of a Big Brother makes a real difference in a boy's life. Please join the volunteers who give a young person someone to look up to.
Get involved as a donor
You can support Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Sioux Empire by making a donation to help fund the careful one-to-one matching and ongoing mentoring support unique to our programs. The gift you make today will help a child facing adversity avoid risky behaviors, perform better in school, improve their interactions with others, and increase their self-confidence.