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There is no more important investment we can make than in helping our children realize and share their full potential

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Current News & Events


Annual General Meeting - June 23rd

 AGM Invitation 2015


Brian Know Memorial Hockey Tournament
August 22-23 2015

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Meet the Miller Family

The Millers* family (*they are too modest to share their real name) have lived in Oakville for many years and wanted to give back to the community. They developed our new Matching Challenge and committed to double every dollar raised during the campaign to match a child with a mentor. The Millers who have children of their own understand the need for mentorship and the need to fast track the number of children on our waiting list.

“Being a parent I truly see the struggle young children face today with technology, bullying and low self-esteem, every child should have someone to look up too or turn to for advice,” said Mrs. Miller. The generosity of the Millers will help Big Brothers Big Sister of Halton reach our goal of connecting 117 children with a positive role model.  

Please join the Millers in reaching our goal of $10,000.  You can make your donation at - Mentoring Matching Challenge



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Brayden and Dixon

Baton Rouge Match of the Month Contest - Dixon and Brayden

Brayden and Dixon were a longstanding In-School Mentoring match that were paired together for 5 years, they have since transitioned to the 1:1 program and Dixon has been Brayden's Big Brother for 10 months.    Dixon has been a consistent and strong male role model in Brayden’s life and even though they have known each other for nearly 6 years their match continues to strengthen with each passing week.

The original plan was for Dixon and Brayden to see each other for lunch once a week but Dixon has gone above and beyond these expectations.  Since they started their 1:1 match they have not only been doing their weekly lunch outings but they have also been going on additional outings such as going to the C.N.E., attending group recreation events, attending archery classes together and they have even gone to a Toronto Maple Leafs game!!  Dixon is someone who Brayden can bounce ideas off of, share experiences with, answer questions and most importantly he is a friend to Brayden.   Dixon has been a big part of Brayden’s life and has had a hand in Brayden growing from a boy to the young man he is today and he will continue to be there for Brayden for years to come.

Congratulations to our winning match. They will receive a $100 gift certificate to celebrate together at Baton Rouge – Winston Churchill location.

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Make a Note of Mentoring Contest Winner
Spurrell Studio Choir Entertains at our Volunteer Appreciation Event

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Choirs and musical acts were invited to interpret I Thank You—a song written to honor the unique and transformative relationship between a mentor and their mentee—and capture that interpretation on video.

Congratulations to Natalie Sprurrell and her Spurrell Studio Choir for their winning entry on our behalf. 

Thank you also to the choir for donating their winnings back to us!

Check out the video online at:  Spurrell Studio Choir

A panel of three judges chose one of the acts with the most votes to also win the GRAND PRIZE of a private jam session with The Tenors!

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Interested in learning how to be the  BEST mentor?

Sign up to learn how easy & fun mentoring is . You can start something BIG for a young person.

For dates click here: Volunteer Information sessions

All session at 6 -7 pm - Registration mandatory

Call Anam  at 905.339.2355 ext 220 or email Coordinator of Volunteers to find out when our next information session is or click here for our Complete application form.
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Canadian Red Cross - RespectED Program

Information for parents, teachers and students on bullying preventions, abuse prevention and healthy relationship.  Find out more: www.redcross.ca/ViolencePrevention

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Witnessing the transformation of a child into a confident young person is a remarkable thing. 

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Thanks to United Way of Halton Hills for making this video of us!