Community shows support for Big Brothers, Big Sisters

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTWO/WAWV) — Community members stopped by Baesler’s in Terre Haute Friday to grab lunch while supporting the Big Brother, Big Sisters program.

The fundraiser was held to help the organization reach its goal of creating one-on-one mentoring relationships with local children.

“So the fundraiser is to help us, you know, create matches, recruit more mentors,” explained Emily Freeman, BBBS coordinator. We currently have 30 plus children on the wait list, and the majority of those children are boys. So we are really looking to recruit male mentors too.”

Emily freeman: “So the fundraiser is to help us, you know, create matches recruite more mentors we currently have 30 plus children on the wait list and the majority of those children are boys
so we are really looking to recruit male mentors to so this helps with recruitment costs and our matches.”

For more information on the Big Brothers, Big Sisters organization, visit www.bbbs.org.

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