One-Time Gifts

One-Time GiftsThe gift you make to Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC today will change a child’s life for the better, forever.
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Gifts of SupportInterested in supporting our programs in a unique way? Browse our donation catalog for some cool ideas!
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Recurring Gifts

Recurring GiftsYour recurring gift to Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC will provide continuous support we can count on!
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It’s not just a donation. It’s an investment in a child’s future.

When you donate to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carolina Youth Development Center, you join our cause and directly support children right here in the Lowcountry. No matter how little or big the amount, your donation can help make a difference in the lives of young people around you.

Why your donation is important

Your donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC goes far. Your financial support helps us provide our life-changing services to children right here in the Tri-county area—so we can develop more college graduates, community leaders and entrepreneurs. Your donation means you have a chance at creating opportunity and making an impact.

Your financial support starts lots of things, like:

Why you can trust us

Established in the Charleston area in 1979, Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC has successfully matched over 8,000 children right here in the Lowcountry. Our program is proven, and we’ve got the results to show for it. With your donation to us, you can rest assured that your funds are being entrusted to an effective program that works.

Additionally, as a program of Carolina Youth Development Center, which was founded in 1790 as the Charleston Orphan House, Big Brothers Big Sisters of CYDC has continually earned the highest national accreditation rating from the Council on Accreditation since 1998. Successful completion of this rigorous accreditation serves as a testament to our responsible stewardship and effective management and operation.

Help us start something for Lowcountry children right now.

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