Download Annual Report 

View or download our latest Annual Report, which outlines Big Brothers Big Sisters activities and social impact across Australia for the financial year from 1 July 2013 to 30 June 2014 .

The report documents progress against our organisational strategic goals and showcases our mentoring pathways unlocking the potential of young people aged 7 to 17.

We thank all our volunteers, mentors, donors and staff who helped us start something BIG in 2014!



Changing perspectives. Changing lives

Big Brothers Big Sisters helps young people who face serious adversity – those who have little opportunity to develop positive and supportive relationships with adults. Many who are hungry for friendship, guidance and acceptance.

We facilitate meaningful, monitored mentoring matches between adult volunteers (Bigs) and children living with disadvantage (Littles), ages 7 through 17. 

By positively changing the course of a young person's life, Big Brothers Big Sisters know we can build resilience and a sense of self-worth that helps them to stay at school, improve their relationships with families and their community which in turn can lead to long-term community benefits like an increase in school retention; school and community safety; and greater employment opportunities.

By connecting a disadvantaged child to a positive role model we can break the cycle of disadvantage.

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Latest News


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Kory (Little) sums it nicely “well…I guess, I just stopped wanting to get into trouble and being naughty, and the darkness, it went away after me and Shannon(Big) started hanging out.”

Watch the great story on Saxon and Greg as featured on Chanel 10's The Project - one of the hundreds of one on one long term mentoring matches supported by BBBS across Asutralia 


Fun Updates to our App

Tom from our Brisbane office and Jasmine from our Adelaide office enjoy posing for our new photobooth at our recent staff conference 

We look forward to seeing the fun pictures our Bigs and Littles come up with 


No it wasn't the start of a bad joke – but rather the Kick-off for Big Brothers Big Sisters new in-school mentoring program Big Futures.


From R to L Sammy J, Kate Houlihan, Glen Willis, Dylan Smith, Dan Jackson, Gerry Schiller, Geoff Lake  



Could your staff team turn $1500 into $10,000 for charity.

Big Brothers Big Sisters has partnered with the Australian Youth Mentoring Network to launch the Million $ Challenge nationally to raise much needed funds to mentor  more vulnerable children across Australia. 

The MILLION DOLLAR CHALLENGE is an entrepreneurial competition that challenges teams of employees to raise as much money as they can for charity, through enterprising initiatives.


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