Please join us in celebrating the 1000th Site Based match served!! The agency has never before served 1000 SB youth and we are extremely excited to reach this milestone.Congratulations to the Site Based and CSP teams for all of their hard work to make these matches!!
Our mission is to provide resources to charitable organizations in order to help those in need achieve a greater quality of life. Brokers Who Give Back are committed to donate a portion of their commission, in addition to volunteer time to charitable causes. We hope to inspire and motivate Brokers to join us in making an impact!
Jan. 16, is the perfect time to show your appreciation to Big Brothers Big Sisters’ mentors. To help, the National Office has designed three e-cards in English and Spanish that you can use by following any of these three easy steps. Click “more” to view the new video from Charles Pierson, thanking our Bigs.
Woodward’s Skokie Charitable Trust Board held their Annual Trust Awards luncheon on Thursday December 12th and distributed $46,000 in total to local charities. BBBS Metro Chicago would like to thank Woodward’s Skokie Charitable Trust Board, Community Outreach Team, and its members for making the donations possible. “Giving back to the community aligns with our constitution: Woodward is committed to supporting programs and organizations that ensure our communities are desirable places to live and work”, says David Berkley, Chair of the Woodward’s Skokie Charitable Trust and Skokie Community Outreach Leader.
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Back in October, we asked our friends, family, colleagues, board and staff to Be the Difference by making a financial contribution to our End of Year Campaign. As we begin to wind down our campaign, we’d like to take a moment to thank our 240 donors who have invested in Big Brothers Big Sisters thus far. With your help, we’ve raised more than $463,000, are 86% to reaching our goal, and one step closer to matching 1,800 children with an adult mentor this year (which would be a record number of children served for the organization).
To help us adequately express our appreciation, Little Brother, Aadam and Big Brother, Karthik, along with Aadam’s mother, Monica, have prepared a special video message for you.
Why is your investment so important? We simply cannot do this alone. We need generous investors who believe in what we do and are willing to join us in making sure every child has an opportunity to succeed in life.
CDW has pledged to donate $10,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters. Help us receive even more by casting your vote online. CDW will donate an additional $100,000 based on your vote across ten charitable organizations based on your vote. CDW Gives
Today is Giving Tuesday. Consider us, @BBBSCHI, when you’re making your charitably donation this Holiday Season. We were awarded 4 Stars by Charity Navigator and awarded the BBBS National Gold Standard Award. Most importantly, your donation will support a match and make a BIG change in the life of a child. Donate Here
On Sunday, September 15, 2013, 131 MB Financial Bank employees spent their weekend playing baseball to raise money for charity in the bank’s “MB Bat for Charity 2013” fundraiser. Between admissions, players’ fees, refreshment sales, individual donations and a matching grant from the MB Foundation Charitable Fund, this well-attended second annual event grossed over $6,000 for the Big Brothers Big Sisters Club of Metropolitan Chicago.