Your financial support helps us provide one-to-one mentors to children in our community who need it the most! Your donation helps us develop more college grads, community leaders, and entrepreneurs. It is not just a donation, but an investment in igniting the potential of Utah youth.
Change a child’s life every single month. By making a monthly gift, you are continuously supporting us so that we can give parents and children on our waitlist the news that we’ve found a match! You gift will help introduce a waiting Little to their Big each and every month.
In-Kind Donations for Events
We also accept donations of goods, services, and expertise in lieu of cash donations. Examples of in-kind gifts include:
- Goods: food, toys, school supplies, clothes, sporting goods, event tickets, gift cards, and auction items.
- Services: event or meeting spaces, performance artists, marketing materials, printing, and financial services.
- Expertise: legal, tax, or business advice, marketing and website development, and strategic planning
Eligibility of gifts will be at the discretion of the BBBSU Board Executive Committee and the President and CEO.
To make an in-kind donation or if you have any questions, contact our Chief Development Officer, Brandi Jolley, at [email protected].
Stock & Securities
You invest. A child profits. It’s that simple. By making a donation in the form of stocks, bonds, mutual funds or other appreciated securities, you are making an investment in the future of kids in your community. Information that would be needed:
- Stock Transfer Information
- Account Title/Registration: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah
- Name of Receiving Institution:
- Receiving Institution Account Number:
- DTC Number:
- Broker contacts at Wells Fargo Advisors:
If you have any questions, call Brandi Jolley, CDO at (801) 743-1674
Your legacy can have a BIG impact, too! A planned gift supports the continuation of our mentoring programs. Planned giving also offers significant advantages, including tax breaks and a potential income increase. Some of the most notable benefits include:
- Retaining control of your assets during your lifetime, allowing for modification your bequest as your circumstances change
- Tax advantages that lower the estate tax burden on your survivors
- The potential to give even longer and more than you could have in a lifetime
If you plan to leave BBBSU in your will please contact [email protected].
Other Ways To Give
Corporate Matching Many employers offer match giving as an employee incentive to donate. Check with your company’s HR department to see how you can double your impact! You can also connect us directly to your company if they would like to partner with us.
Corporate gifts are one of many ways that your organization can empower the potential of our local youth. As an organization, you have the opportunity to customize your gift based on your unique mission and our community’s needs. We have partnered with numerous schools, law enforcement and first responder agencies, foundations, and family-serving nonprofit organizations throughout the state. Here’s how you can help:
Become a BIG Supporter
As a BIG Supporter, your company will enjoy a yearlong plan that’s designed to fit your needs. Whether you are looking to engage your employees, gain marketing exposure, or just have fun and attend some of our great events, you will be creating BIG impact and helping to match and support Littles in our program. Interested in learning more about becoming a BIG Supporter, contact [email protected].
Does your company have a foundation or grant-awarding agency? We can coordinate with you through our Fundraising Department for a gift to support any of our programs. Contact [email protected] to discuss opportunities.
Sponsor an Event
Double Your Employees’ Impact
Many employers match giving as an employee incentive to donate, both doubling their employees’ donations and their impact. Work with your HR Department to see how you can provide this service to your employees.
Put Your Employees to Work
Many of our corporate partners support one-to-one mentoring relationships by allowing employees to provide valuable mentorship on an individual level. You can:
- Advertise our programs through any newsletters, bulletin boards, or other intra-office communications
- Provide paid volunteer hours that employees can utilize to be a mentor in one of our programs.
- Allow employees to mentor during the work day at your own office. We currently work with Comcast, Discover, and Goldman Sachs for
our Workplace Mentoring program. Contact [email protected] to learn what it takes
to become a partner for this program.
Set Up a Clothing Drive
Support Big Brothers Big Sisters by having a clothing drive at your company. Your employees solicit bags of clothing and small household items for donation, then we schedule a day/week to pick up the donated goods. You can also place a barrel in your office for longer-term collection. Then we sell the goods to Savers thrift store and get a check based on the pounds of goods collected. Learn more here.
We can’t fulfill our mission alone, so we have partnered with numerous schools, law enforcement and first responder agencies, and foundations, as well as family-serving non-profit organizations throughout the state. These partnerships are fundamental to supporting Littles as they develop their potential and begin their path toward personal fulfillment. Recognizing that little moments can have a big impact on a child, partners contribute to brighter futures, better schools, and stronger communities.
We work closely with universities and colleges to recruit volunteers.
We provide our Site-Based Program through several school districts across the state, and work with United Way for their Promise Partnerships initiative.
With the support of foundations, BBBSU is able to keep reaching out to youth and providing them with invested, caring adult mentors in their lives. If you would like to learn more about how your foundation can start big change and support the growth of Big Brothers Big Sisters, please contact Jordan Duberow, Grants Coordinator, at [email protected] or (801) 743-1663.