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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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Do you remember someone who was a major influence on your life, when you were younger? At Big Brothers Big Sisters, we believe that all children have the potential to succeed despite vulnerability and adversity.
To ensure every young person who comes to us for help can be matched to a mentor we launch our 1,000 is too many Christmas Appeal.
Carnivale atmosphere with a diifernce came to Brisbane with the inaugural Big Brothers Big Sisters Ball on May 27th.
Hosted at The Marquee at Victoria Park Herston, the night was a fun-filled evening full of glamour, with plans already underway to plan next years event.
A misdiagnosed mental illness made life very difficult for Robyn and her children, especially her eldest child Taaryn.
But help came for both mum and daughter from a very unexpected source, one they still credit for their survival and happiness years later.