What’s Good For Kids Is Good For Business.
The Twin Cities is home to one of the most socially-engaged, philanthropic business communities in the nation. Dozens of local corporations and foundations provide the crucial financial support that allows us to match youth facing adversity with caring adult mentors.
And research shows that employees place a high value on meaningful corporate engagement. It has a positive effect on recruitment, job satisfaction and retention.
We invite your organization to go Big, Bigger, Biggest and help young people change the trajectory of their lives.
Lunch & Learn: We’ll bring the sandwiches and chips, you host a recruitment presentation and help us find awesome adults who would make great mentors.
Job Fair: Get a head start on finding great summer interns and help our teenaged Little Brothers and Little Sisters envision a future career path at our annual summer job fair.
Clothing Drive: Collect donated clothes and household goods to Support Mentoring By The Pound.
Support A Match: Make a gift of $2,000 and sponsor one match for one year.
EXPLORE Career Series: Welcome Little Brothers and Little Sisters and their Bigs to go “behind the scenes” to highlight the many types of careers throughout your organization.
Job Shadowing: Invite a handful of Little Brothers and Little Sisters and their Bigs to go “on the job” for a day in your company.
Bowl For Kids’ Sake: Join half a million people nationwide in knocking down pins and raising money to support life-changing friendships.
Sponsor An Event: Provide much-needed funding for one-time events like our annual gala, Bigs of the Year Celebration, Summer Match Picnic or many others.
Beyond School Walls: Throw open your doors and we’ll bring the Little Brothers and Little Sisters to you. Employees enjoy regularly scheduled lunch and conversation with their Little Brother or Little Sister. Kids get a one-on-one connection with a caring adult and first-hand experience with a real-world workplace.
Pilot Program Partners: What does the future of mentoring look like? How will we get there? Are you part of a forward-thinking organization that likes to put new ideas to the test? Let’s work together to find cutting-edge ways to connect kids to mentors.
Support Employees: Match employees’ donations and support employee volunteerism by providing time off to mentor during the workweek.
Corporate or Foundation Support: Make a commitment to ongoing financial support for Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Twin Cities.
Let’s Connect. It Could Be The Start Of Something Big.
Contact Heather Miller-Shiell, Vice President of Development, at email@example.com or 651-789-2469 and start making a big impact on a little life today.