Are you a bowler or a local business owner? Has your life been changed by a mentor? Bowl for Kids’ Sake is a fun way for you to help our cause and pass along the power of mentoring to children in the Lowcountry!
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Bowl for Kids’ Sake, an annual fundraiser benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carolina Youth Development Center is just around the corner! This year’s event will be held 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, March 22 at Royal Lanes in Goose Creek. Become involved and help support programs that make a significant impact on the lives of Lowcountry children facing serious adversity. To learn more about teams and sponsorship opportunities, click here.
Help us celebrate National Mentoring Month at Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC as we recognize and thank the Bigs in our community who make a positive difference in the lives of Tri-County children facing serious adversity. Youth served by BBBS typically live in low-income or single parent households. To learn more about how you can help celebrate BBBS Bigs this January, visit www.bbbs.org.
Check out this link to ABCNews4′s segment on Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC leading up to the Run or Dye Charleston 5K Saturday, December 14 at the Exchange Park in Ladson.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC is the partnering nonprofit for the Run or Dye Charleston 5k fun run on Saturday, Dec. 14, and will be the sole beneficiary of race proceeds! As the sole beneficiary we are responsible for volunteer staffing the event. For more information on how to volunteer or register for the race, click on the above link.
Partial proceeds from the Legendary Giveback II concert featuring The Avett Brothers 8 p.m. Nov. 14 at the North Charleston Coliseum will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carolina Youth Development Center. For ticket info and more details click the above link.
A news article appearing in the August 28 edition of the Moultrie News mentions Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carolina Youth Development Center as a beneficiary of proceeds from the Avett Brothers Legendary Giveback II concert in North Charleston Nov. 14. Click on the link to view the full article.
The Alley’s Bowling and Beer Fundraiser Aug. 7 benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carolina Youth Development Center raised more than $2,000 for BBBS of CYDC. Charleston Regional Business Journal published a news brief and photo on the charity event. Click on the above link.
Secure Mission Solutions of North Charleston raised more than $2,005 for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carolina Youth Development Center as part of its “3 for Kids’ Sake” Wii Bowl-a-thon fundraiser on June 28. Click on the above link to view the Charleston Regional Business Journal’s news brief and photo.
After a successful rookie season with the Detroit Pistons, former Porter Gaud star Khris Middleton will return to Charleston to host the first Khris Middleton Skills Academy basketball camp, the proceeds of which will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC kicks off Bowl for Kids’ Sake Campaign
Chances are, you’re familiar with Bowl for Kids’ Sake, Big Brothers Big Sisters’ signature event. As our largest community fundraiser, Bowl for Kids’ Sake helps Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC and other Big Brothers Big Sisters’ offices to raise the vital funds needed to create life-changing match relationships.
New Study Finds with Volunteer Mentors, Higher-Risk Youth Have Fewer Depressive Symptoms
About a year after being paired with mentors, youth evaluated in a recent study —many of whom had multiple risk factors for delinquency, school failure, teen pregnancy and mental health problems — had fewer symptoms of depression.
Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring works.
You know this because you’ve given to Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC. And I know this because I have had the privilege of being a Big for seven years.
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Help 8-year-old Joey get over the death of his father and start feeling better about himself, just by making a gift today.
Since 1979 more than 8,000 tri-county children have been given the chance to grow up with confidence and graduate from high school, thanks to Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC.
Celebrating National Mentoring Month
Together since 2004 when Terrence was just 8 years old, Bill is a 67-year old man, and Terrence is a 16-year old from a single parent home. The two have been matched for eight years, spending time with each other going out to eat, checking out local sporting events and talking on the phone. Bill also attends many of Terrence’s track meets and football games, and he provided assistance for Terrence to be able to attend a national track meet last summer.