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volunteer opportunities Utah
Becoming a Big at Big Brothers Big Sisters means becoming a mentor who spends one-to-one time with kids facing more life obstacles than most others their age. The reason becoming a Big is one of the most fulfilling activities a volunteer could hope for is because of the benefits that come with watching a child realize their potential! As a trustworthy adult looking for the different volunteer opportunities Utah offers its residents, there are multiple
donations in Utah
At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah, we believe that every child has the potential to achieve greatness, but sometimes that potential isn’t realized without proper support. Through our programs, we empower kids all over the state, but we wouldn’t be able to do this without the wonderful donations Utah residents provide us with — the support we receive from people like you is what keeps our mission alive. There are a variety of reasons
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A Letter to The Editor: Park Record

Posted on June 21, 2018
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June 18, 2018 Nonprofit grateful for Park City’s support Editor: As a proud supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah, I am thrilled to hear that they are one of the top three finalists to receive the Women’s Giving Fund grant in 2018. BBBS of Utah is leading the charge as it relates to changing lives through mentoring. The staff and volunteers here in Park City are working diligently to create Community-Based and School-Based

Shawna & Kathi’s Lifelong Friendship

Posted on March 16, 2018
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Shawna’s parents divorced when she was five. Her mother Kim was doing her best, caring for Shawna and her brother, going to school—working long hours while she earned her teaching certificate. Kim had many sleepless nights worrying about what she could do for her kids while she was studying and working to earn a living for the family. Kim had heard about Big Brothers Big Sisters—a specialized program that provided a professionally supported one-to- one