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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah

Mission

Big Brothers Big Sisters helps children reach their potential through professionally supported, one-to-one relationships.

Wish List

  • Funding for community-based matches.  The first year of a community-based match costs approximately $1,000.
  • Funding for school-based matches.  The first year of a school-based match costs approximately $500.
  • General donations to maintain community and school matches that last more than 12 months.
  • Clothing or small household items to be placed in the blue bins throughout the city, located at each of the Park City elementary schools and at the Quarry Village Albertsons.

How to Help

  • Send donations can be sent to the address below.
  • Volunteer for a community-based match. "Bigs" are matched with a Little Brother or Sister, age 6 to12 years. They meet 2 to 4 times a month on to share activities they both enjoy.
  • Volunteer for a school-based match. Volunteers commit to meet with their "Little" for about an hour a week for the remainder of the school year. Activities can include having lunch together, homework help and time for recess.
  • Volunteer in our Park City office.
  • Organize a bowling team for the spring fundraiser, "Bowl For Kids Sake."

Contact Information

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah
1960 Sidewinder Drive, No. 2002
Park City, UT 84060

Ericka Wells
Summit County Coordinator
435-649-9936
ericka@bbbsu.org
http://www.bbbsu.org


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