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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bucks County’s mission is…To provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Our Vision is…That all children achieve success in life

Our ProgramsThe Community-Based Mentoring program matches youth, or "Littles", aged 6-16 with volunteer mentors, or "Bigs", who live locally. Littles who participate are given quality one-to-one time 2 times a month with a caring adult who is willing to listen and engage the Little in a variety of activities in the community. The Big guides the Little in making good choices, so that they may become a productive, responsible and engaged young adult.

The Hispanic Initiative matches children of Hispanic heritage with adult role models. The goal of the program is to help American-Latino children embrace their ethnic identities, while also building relationships within the community.

The STEM School-Based Mentoring program matches students in grades K-12th with volunteers who work or live locally. The Bigs meet with their Littles weekly during the lunch hour. BBBSBC provides a bin filled with STEM-focused games & activities for the matches to use to help build the students' interest and skills in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

If you are interested in our services please give us a call at 215-343-8260, we'd love to hear from you!

Click here to see our upcoming training sessions for parents interested in getting their child involved or for volunteers looking to mentor!
If you are a guidance counselor or teacher who knows of a child who would benefit from an additional positive role model,
please fill out the "Youth Referral Form" found below!!