News & Events

News & Events

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Connecticut wrapped up another successful Bowl For Kids’ Sake the last Saturday in March, raising nearly $50,000 this year.  Event sponsors include The

Kim and Joel Barbosa are a 'Big' couple with Big Brothers Big Sisters, where they partner as mentors to a child in their community. 

Raise your glass in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern CT!

Bowl for Kids’ Sake 2013 was a success all around! Many of our friends and families came out to Nutmeg Bowl in Fairfield to support us. Thank you to all who did. With your help we raised  over $40,000 – funds that bring us closer to our goal of providing a mentor to every child in SW CT who needs or wants one.

Big Brothers Big Sister of SWCT and Darden Restaurants Partner to Advance Mentoring

The three state affiliates of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America were fortunate to team up with the Connecticut Broadcasters Association (CBA) in a landmark statewide effort to recruit mentors for local youth throughout the month of January. Radio and TV stations across Connecticut broadcasted specially produced public service announcements and aired interviews and news features to encourage residents to become volunteer mentors.

We at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Connecticut are basking in the afterglow of our Volunteer Appreciation Event, held earlier this week. Although we know all of our matches are special, our case managers chose 6 men or women they felt deserved to be called Big Brother or Big Sister of the Year 2012.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America names new national spokesperson

A small group of teen and pre-teen boys and their mentors joined Oscar Award Winning Actor Jamie Foxx at a private party at his Los Angeles-area home to celebrate the actor’s newest and biggest role ever -- national spokesperson for Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.

What a picture perfect day we had for our annual golf tournament held at New Haven Country Club.

Thank you to all who helped us to raise a record breaking $68,500, all of which goes directly to program services