BBBS in the News
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National Mentoring Month 1.23.18
WSAZ First Look at Four - Big Brothers Big Sisters
January 04, 2018
There are thousands of people in our community struggling with substance abuse disorders, and sadly, even more children watching it happen.
December 29, 2017
HUNTINGTON — Every day, people call Huntington City Hall, saying something needs to be done about the opioid epidemic and asking how they can help. Mayor Steve Williams is directing them to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tri-State as one option.
October 09, 2017
HUNTINGTON - Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tri-State has launched Marshall Mentors, an organization aimed at recruiting Marshall students to serve as mentors to youth in the Tri-State, according to a news release.
May 01, 2017
Terri Olson was unsure what the next step in her life would be. Adoption had run through her mind but she was unsure if she was ready for that commitment. So she chose the next best thing: becoming a big sister.
Julee Bartram was raised by a single parent. Leah Prichard was young when she had Julee, and Julee’s father was rarely in the picture.
Terri, Leah and Julee all knew they had something missing in their lives.
July 30, 2017
HUNTINGTON - Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tri-State has launched Bigs in Badges, a program aimed at recruiting local law enforcement, firefighters and first responders to serve as mentors to youth in the Tri-State area.
April 28, 2017
HUNTINGTON- In its now 31 years, Bowl for Kids' Sake has grown into one of the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tri-State's biggest annual fundraisers, raising around $40,000 for the organization's local operations each year. Bowling scores are secondary to the cause and having a good time, said Patti Price, Big Brothers Big Sisters executive director, and no experience is necessary.