1222 Eastchester Dr, Ste 100, High Point, 27265
The Big Brothers Big Sisters Staff and Matches recently presented plaques to Liberty Steakhouse & Brewery in High Point and Texas Roadhouse in Greensboro to thank them for their support of our program. Every month each of these restaurants invite eight of our matches to dine at no cost. Their generosity helps to promote volunteerism in our community.
Congratulations to us for achieving a Platinum level GuideStar Nonprofit Profile. By sharing our progress and results we are moving our organization beyond simplistic financial ratios, reflecting the real difference Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Central Piedmont works so hard to make in our community.
Our organization’s up-to-date profile ensures that its timely and accurate information reaches the 7+ million annual visitors to GuideStar. And that information travels to more than 180 websites and applications that are powered by GuideStar.
A Big Thank you to BB&T Lighthouse Project for hosting a tennis clinic for our Littles at Oak Hollow Tennis Center. BB&T employees came out and did “Big for a Day” with these Littles, helping them to learn all about the game of tennis with their new Junior racquets purchased by BB&T Lighthouse Grant funds!
We will be raffling off (Drawing Sunday, May 15th) *do not have to be present to win
New iPad Pro Super Computer
Apple 12.9 inch iPad Pro
Wifi+cellular, 128 GB
Donated by Kathy Brown
$10 a Ticket, 100% Proceeds to BBBSCP! Purchase with Tennis Registration online or at these locations:
BBBSCP office (both HP and Greensboro)
Presented by Match Support Specialist Laura Carlson:
“I first met Jasmine Williams in the fall of 2012. I was excited to have her as a Big because she had extensive experience with children- she had been a camp counselor at the Y, a lifeguard, and her family had a daycare. Her references said wonderful things about her willingness to take on extra assignments and how the kids all loved her. Most importantly to me, she checked the box “Willing to work with a child of the opposite sex”. I had, and continue to have, a huge number of boys and very few males to match them with. I remember feeling very comfortable with her willingness to be matched […]
Sunday, September 30th we joined Alumni Little Sister Darlene as she celebrated the 1 year anniversary of her art store, The Artist Bloc. She has painted murals for the city of Greensboro, is a Professor at NCA&T and is currently working on her Ph.D. We can not be more proud of all her many achievements! Alumni Big Sister Amy was there to celebrate with her.
Please visit http://www.theartistbloc.com/ to learn more about all the store offers!
Saturday was our annual Back to School Picnic for our Littles, their family and our Bigs! We had a great turn out and thanks to these fabulous Community Partners we were able to provide school supplies to the children we serve!