WE IGNITE POTENTIAL
In a world of causes, we make a difference by creating professionally supported, one-to-one matches for youth who want to realize their full potential.
Through mentoring, we aim to decrease the number of disconnected youth in Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino counties. Empowered youth have the potential to change our world
Big Brothers Big Sisters delivers one-to-one mentoring to youth facing adversity through four program models. We provide the training, resources and support necessary for each match to succeed.
Adults age 18 or older
Volunteers are matched with children ages 6 to 16. Matches plan activities twice a month based on their own schedule.
Two adults age 18 or older in a relationship for 2+ years
Two volunteers are matched with a Little Brother age 6 to 16. Big Couples spend time with the child twice a month together or on their own.
HIGH SCHOOL BIGS
High school students grades 9 – 11
High school volunteers are matched with elementary school students. Mentoring sessions take place once a week after school at the elementary school for one hour and are led by a Big Brothers Big Sisters program specialist.
Corporate employees at a participating Workplace Mentoring company
Employees are matched with high school students and meet once a month at company headquarters. Sessions last 90 minutes and are facilitated by a Big Brothers Big Sisters program specialist.
SLOANE KEANE, CEO
Sloane Keane is an advocate for social change through youth mentorship. She joined Big Brothers Big Sisters in 2013 as the director of development, charged with creating new funding strategies that tripled agency revenue and doubled the number of matches supported annually.
Since becoming CEO in 2018. Keane has continued the growth trajectory for the network’s second-largest agency nationwide. She is commited to strengthening the organization’s impact on disconnected youth across Orange, Riverside, and San Bernadino counties.
OUR BOARD OF DIRECTORS
It’s your money that keeps us going and enables us to start more kids on the right path, so you have every right to know how it is used. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County & the Inland Empire is a 501c3 (tax-exempt) organization.