We would like to thank Team Home Depot for all of the work they did to make our office warm, inviting and organized. In addition to painting two offices, they completely insulated and drywalled our reception office, painted, put in a new floor and hung new cabinets. Staff volunteered their time and materials were covered through a foundation fund. The office looks incredible and is so much more functional! We can't thank you enough!! To find out more about Home Depot and our other sponsors read their stories here.
We are busy planning Bowl for Kids Sake 2015! Please save the date - Saturday, March 7th and Sunday, March 8th. If you are looking for a unique marketing opportunity, consider becoming a Bowl for Kids Sake sponsor. For more information, check out the General Sponsorship or Prize Sponsorship packages.
You can now follow all of our business-related news on our LinkedIn Company profile. It is the go to place for Bowl for Kids Sake fundraising ideas, updates on the businesses that support us, career-related articles and other interesting business news. Follow us here.
Congratulations to Ricky Farrell from Peters Road, winner of the 2014 Dream Cottage! Ricky opted to take the $68,000 cast option (he had both tags), so we sold the cottage. Thanks to everyone who supported Big Brothers Big Sisters of PEI!
We want to thank the Investors Group for creating an opportunities fund for our Littles which covers lessons, team costs, arts tickets.....any opportunity that will expand our Littles experiences. Please support the people who support us!l
To celebrate our Centennial, we launched the Matchmakers program which allows individuals, families, businesses, and service groups to make a lasting impact on the life of a child. The Rotary Club of Charlottetown Royalty was the first group to meet the challenge and make half of a match. Read more about Matchmakers here.
According to a 2013 Boston Consulting Study “Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs generate an average social return on investment or SROI of $18 for every dollar invested.” Remarkably, the SROI for the most economically disadvantaged participants in our mentoring programs is even greater – generating an average of $23 in economic value for each dollar invested. Read More
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