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It's not just a donation; it's an investment in a child's future.
When you donate to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada, you directly support children in our community. No matter the amount, your donation makes a difference to the children around you today. Donate now.
Donating pays dividends.
Research shows our mentoring works. Children with a Big Brother or Big Sister show positive differences in their personal and academic lives. They are more confident in their schoolwork performance, they get along better with their families, and they're 52% less likely to skip school.1 Donate now.
Your support goes the distance.
Your financial support helps us provide programs and services in Northern Nevada — so we can develop more college grads, community leaders and entrepreneurs in our community, and give our home a brighter future.
Cover the cost of potential Big background checks, to ensure the safety of Littles.
Ensure trained professionals match Littles to responsible Bigs, and enable ongoing supervision and support for every Big, Little and the Little's family.
Provide cultural and social activities to enrich the opportunities for Littles.
Become a part of our Big Brothers Big Sisters family today. Donate now.
For more information about donating, please contact Liza Maupin, CEO, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (775) 352-3202.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northern Nevada, Inc. is a tax exempt 501(c)(3), whose mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported, one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever. Your donation may be tax deductible pursuant to provisions of section 170 (c) of the Internal Revenue Code.
1 Tierney, J.P., Grossman, J.B., and Resch, N.L. (1995) Making a Difference: An Impact Study of Big Brothers Big Sisters. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures