Big Brothers, Big Sisters Host Picnic In Franklin SquareBig Brothers and Big Sisters took over Franklin Square in Old City today to host a picnic for littles and their families.
Top Lawyer, Local Nonprofit Team Up To Help Victims Of Human TraffickingA brand new program will be coming to Big Brothers Big Sisters as a way to rehabilitate victims of human trafficking in Philadelphia.
Main Line Society of Professional Women To Host Event With Local New York Times Best-Selling AuthorA New York Times Best Selling Author from the Philadelphia area will be speaking at an upcoming Main Line Society of Professional Women event, and the proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Local Organization Making Big Changes To Help More KidsBrothers Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania is making a big announcement today.
Local Big Brothers Big Sisters Gets $125,000 Donation From First Niagara BankYanay, a sixth-grader, has had a Big Sister for two years. "My 'big' is important to me because I don't have any brothers or sisters," she said, "so it was nice to have that attention."
Lockheed Martin Departure Means Uncertainty For Bucks County CharityA Bucks County youth mentoring program is expected to feel the fallout from Lockheed Martin’s decision to close its facility in Newtown and cut several hundred jobs.
Brotherly Love: ‘Bigs’ Make A Difference With Philadelphia Area YouthFor many at-risk children in the Philadelphia area, a mentor can play a huge role, and the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania are doing their part to help.
Philadelphia Children's Charity Faces Federal Grant Freeze After Inspection The federal government's Office of Justice Programs is requiring the Philadelphia-based nonprofit group to do a better job of managing and administering future grants to ensure that funds are not misspent.
Brotherly Love: 'Bigs' Make A Difference With Philadelphia Area YouthFor many at-risk children in the Philadelphia area, a mentor can play a huge role, and the Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania are doing their part to help.
Philadelphia Nonprofit Serving Underprivileged Youth Shuts Down After 35 YearsPublic-Private Ventures says it is a victim of the economy.
Philadelphia Students Get Real-World Look at Scientific Research -- Brains And AllStudents from the Mastery-Shoemaker charter school peered at slides of mouse brain cells, and even got to hold a human brain.
Pennsylvania DAs Band Together To Give A Hand To Big Brothers/Big SistersIt's called, "100 Years, 100 Mentors," and it's a partnership between the Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association and the Big Brothers, Big Sisters State Association of Pennsylvania.