Since 2004, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been providing mentoring programs to children facing adversity in Cabarrus County. With support from the community, Big Brothers Big Sisters has experienced tremendous growth in Cabarrus County, increasing the number of children served from 103 in FY 15 to 269 in FY 19.
Current goals include strategic expansion of programming, increasing community awareness, engaging new members to serve on the Cabarrus Leadership Council, assessing community needs, and identifying new resources to support programming.
Since 1972, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been improving the lives of children in Mecklenburg County. In our last fiscal year, we served more than 1,400 children in many different neighborhoods, through a wide variety of programs.
In the fall of 2016, Big Brothers Big Sisters created its first stg-urtle matches in York County, South Carolina, at the new headquarters of LPL Financial. The company had participated in our Beyond School Walls program when its offices were in Charlotte and wanted to continue in the program after the move to Fort Mill. More than 20 of their employees are currently serving as mentors to Fort Mill Middle School students.