Little Brother Issac, 9, and his new Big Brother Steve King got right into a game after being matched! Steve is the superintendent of the Cottonwood/Oak Creek School District. He became the first school-based Big in the district and encouraged his staff to also become Bigs.
Little Sister Sully, 6, and her new Big Sister Julie Huck, were recently matched. Sully can’t wait for the one-on-one activities with her new Big. Julie is a former Big Sister to Sully’s aunt and a former member of the YBBBS board. Congratulations to Sully and Julie!
On the cusp of her teenage years, Maria says, “I don’t like to be bored.” Reading — usually into the world of fantasy and mythology — is her escape from boredom. It also gives her needed quiet time away from her busy family of mom, stepdad, stepsister, and three younger siblings in Prescott Valley. “There’s […]
Congratulations Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters Staff and Board for the recent recognition of Agency Quality Award from National Big Brothers Big Sisters of America! This esteemed honor acknowledges the continued commitment of YBBBS to make and support quality matches reflective in the number of children served, our volunteer retention rate, community support provided and […]
Joshua, 16, and his new Big Brother, Michael Cofer, spent their first outing riding ATVs and getting to know Michael’s horses and dogs. Joshua lives in a busy household and can benefit from some one-on-one attention that would get him out of the house more often. Michael always wanted to be a Big and felt […]