Best of the Central Valley Business Awards

Best of the Central Valley Business Awards Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California for the Best Non-Profit Award Vote for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California for Best-Non Profit at the Link below: http://www.thebusinessjournal.com/bestofsurvey This is the 2nd year The Business Journal in Fresno has held voting for The Best of Central Valley Business Awards. This year, Big Brothers Big Sisters of
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Back to School 2015

Back to School 2015 The past two weeks have been busy around here at the office! We have been running around getting ready for the new school year to start and of course getting school supplies for our High School Bigs Programs. Our School Site-based programs are growing larger each year and we could not do it without the help of our school districts
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Great American Car Wash Memorial

Fresno Police Department On August 13th, 2015 , we honored our Law Enforcement Departments at Great American Car Wash in Fresno, CA. AJ and his family who own Great American Car Wash put together this entire event and invited Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California to participate in this special Memorial. “The brave men and women of The California Highway Patrol, The Fresno
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Wally Emerian Memorial Fund Scholarship

Wally Emerian Memorial Fund Scholarship Funded by the 300 Club Osvaldo Hidalgo Osvaldo (Ozzie)  has been a part of our High School Bigs Program since 2010. He was first matched with “Little” Joshua in October. Unfortunately, the matched was closed in 2011 due to Joshua’s family moving to another city. However, Ozzie was still interested in being re-matched in the Alpha High School Bigs
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BBBS Scholarships!

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central California Scholarship Big Brothers Big Sisters wants to give back to those who volunteer for us. Our High School Bigs have been making a huge difference in the lives of children each and every day. Not only volunteering but maintaining a great G.P.A to get into college takes dedication. We appreciate that dedication to our program. Every year,
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Big Brother Success Story

This is Chris Hidalgo. Chris is a great example of what our organization is all about. His story starts out back in 2006 when he was a Little, himself in the program. He was a Little from 2006-2009. In 2011, Chris joined the program his freshman year of High School but as a Big Brother this time. December 2011, Chris was matched with his
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Summer Backpack Give-A-Way!

During the last weekend of July, we invited Bigs and Littles from Madera County to come out to the Madera Roller Skating Rink for some skating fun! The Madera Rotary Club has been a big supporter of our program and helped us out by donating school supplies and backpacks for our Littles in the program. We appreciate all the support that we get from
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Spring Splash 2015

Every year, we invite our Bigs, Littles and Littles’ families out to Wild Water Adventure Park for an afternoon of water rides, arcade games, food and fun. This is a special event is one of the largest ways that we give a warm “thank you” to our Bigs and Littles in our program. Thank you for your continuous support of our wonderful organization! We
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Selma HSB Program Swim Party

Our Selma High School Bigs Program held a swim party at Selma High School’s pool this last month. It was a great way for our matches to see each other and enjoy their time together while school is on summer vacation. We had two amazing lifeguards from Swim America out at the pool to ensure that safety was a priority! Also at this event,
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Live Discounts with Live Card for Bowl for Kids Sake

Looking to bowl at this year’s Bowl for Kids’ Sake with Big Brothers Big Sisters? This year we have an exciting opportunity for your team to fund raise for the event. LiveDiscounts provides a savings membership to access local discounts. LiveDiscounts was founded on the vision that there should be a better way to access local savings, and that businesses should not have to
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