Determined to mitigate the effects of childhood adversity through the delivery of meaningful programs.

Committed to fostering the healthy development of children through the support of intentional relationships with adult mentors

Recognized as the oldest, most respected youth-mentoring program in Canada.

Focused on the prevention of problems.

Specializing in the careful enrollment of volunteers (Bigs) and the professional support of mentor/mentee relationships.

Providing ongoing, professional follow-up services to support developmental relationships for youth in our programs (Littles).

Serving children, 7 years and over, often growing up in single-parent families or in other circumstances that place stress on the family.

Actively participating as a member of our national federation, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada.