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  • Join us for our Annual Bowl For Kids Sake
  • April 8th, 2017 at AMF South Hills!

    Bowl for Kids' Sake is a fun and easy way for you and your company, friends, or family to support the life-changing work of Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle. If you care about kids and can spare an hour to have fun with your friends, then Bowl for Kids' Sake is for you!


    Sign up today and join us April 8th, 2017 at AMF South Hills!


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  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle Upcoming Events
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    SMART Saturday Academy 

    Your invited to our next great STEM session.  Join us on Saturday April 8th  at the Methodist Home for Children for our NC Science Festival event.  Big Brothers Big Sisters was selected to host one of these fun events.  You will be able to see 3D printing in action with some of the latest gadgets in technology today.   RSVP today with Barron Damon at or call 919-850-9772  


    Yoga & Mindfulness Practice

    The next Yoga Classes will be April 16th .  Stay tuned for the new dates. 

    Description Yoga & Mindfulness Workshop led by Match Support Specialist for big's & little's ages 12-17.  Location 808 Aviation Pkwy, Suite 900, Morrisville, NC 27560 .



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  • Join us for ACHC Chipping in for Charity Golf Tourament
  • You can support BBBS by playing in this Charity Tournament
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    Want to know how you can possibly increase your donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle without changing your bank balance? Read our eNewsletter for this and other interesting and helpful news.  Read   Subscribe


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  • When a Little grows up, he becomes the strong Role Model



    When Al met his Little Brother, McKee was a bubbly, fun 8-year-old whose enthusiasm was infectious. His life was just taking shape, and he had plenty of obstacles to overcome and no consistent male role models. “So much has changed, yet so much remains the same,” Al says. “We still enjoy similar tastes in music. We still like to be silly—singing and dancing in the car. If our singing and dancing can annoy my boys, then it is even more rewarding.”

    McKee is always up for new activities, Al says. “His willingness to engage in virtually any outing spoke volumes to me—it didn’t matter what we did, as long as we were together,” Al says. “Having someone else value your presence validates us as individuals.” They have gone on paddleboat adventures, visited museums, played mini-golf, and gone bowling.

    Big Brother Al has also been a role model for McKee and a resource for McKee’s mom. She knows that when she is struggling with something related to McKee, she can call Al any time. She says there could be no better Big Brother for her son than Al. “McKee cares what Al thinks of him, and does not want him to be disappointed in him,” McKee’s mom says.


    Read more about this eye opening story at the link below.


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