An Ipsos Reid survey was commissioned by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada
(BBBSC) and Invesco Canada Ltd to determine Canadians’ expectations and
aspirations for their children when they reach adulthood. The survey helps mark
National Bowl for Kids Sake. People and businesses can support local mentoring
programs by donating to the Bowl for Kids Sake campaign or volunteering to
For more key findings from the Parental Hopes Survey by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada and Invesco Ltd, click here
BBBS Halton is pleased to team up with our local Tim Hortons stores who lend their great support to this event.
Please visit our Bowling page for all the dates and information for Public and School Board events.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton held its 26th Annual Bonspiel on Saturday, February 22nd at the Oakville Curling Club.
Thank you to all our sponsors, pledgers, and curlers for raising over $36,000 for our Mentoring programs!
Please visit our Curling page for all the event information
Ambereen and Meghna have been matched for 3 years! Together they have learned new skills and shared many new experiences. Ambereen and Meghna love trying new activities such as going to the theatre, baking, playing with animals, art and much more! No matter what they are doing Ambereen and Meghna always have a blast! Together they have created a wonderful friendship full of fun, excitement and a lot of laughter!
Click here to view their video on Youtube
The Georgetown Raiders will be supporting BBBSH through participation in the Mayor Bonnette Bowl for Kids Sake Challenge. They will be entering a total of 7 teams. Cindy and Bill Court, the owners of the team, will also be participating in the bowling event.
Thank you to our friends at the Oakville Community Foundation who have been wonderful community supporters of our mentoring programs. Most recently, we just received funding from the Foundation for both our Homework Club Program and our In-School Mentoring Programs. Funds will help us recruit volunteers for both programs.
Many of programs such as the Homework Club, Go Girls! and Game On! and Adventure Canada Club provide a healthy snack as part of the programming. Over the course of the year the cost of food becomes quite expensive. Our friends from the Grocery Foundation have made a very generous donation of grocery gift cards from Sobeys, Metro as well as a financial donation to help cover these costs. We thank them for assisting with this very important component of our mentoring programs.
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