Empowering children for a brighter future. 

 
 
 
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Our Vision is that all children achieve success in life.

81% agreed their Big changed their perspective on what they thought possible in life.
— Harris Interactive Survey of Former LIttles

 
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YMCA Camp Icaghowan Scholarships available for Littles

 

Through the generosity of YMCA Camp Icaghowan, there are scholarships available for Littles to attend a week long "Traditional Camp" for free in Amery this summer!  Space is limited and available first come first served!  Get your application here!

"Traditional Camp" Dates and Details

The deadline to apply has been extended to May 1st so don't delay!  All applications must be returned to: Heidi.Herron@bbbsnw.org.

 

 
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Bowl for Kids' Sake Theme Announced

The 2018 BFKS theme is The Great Outdoors!  Whether you're a hunter, a hiker, or a hula-hooper, you can show off your outdoor passions in this year's custome contest.  But you won't win unless your register you team! 

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'Rudy' 2018 Gala Keynote

Save the date (November 1, 2018) for our Annual Gala.  This year's keynote address will be given by Daniel 'Rudy' Ruettiger; whose life was brought to the big-screen in the hit 1993 movie “Rudy.” 

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We've got a New Blog, dog!

With our new website, the team at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin is launching a blog to keep you up to date.

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Today’s Littles.
Tomorrow’s leaders.

The Big Brothers Big Sisters model of mentoring has proven effective and impactful.  Learn more about how we change lives.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Picture from the 2017 Summer Picnic

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Volunteer to Start Something

Our core volunteer need is always more mentors; especially Big Brothers!  But we know it's not the best fit for everyone.  Luckily, there are many ways you can help start children on the road to success.  Check out some of our other volunteer oppotunities.

 
 
 
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