NEWS & EVENTS
$1 Bonanza at the Big B Store starts Tuesday 5/24/16 at 10 a.m.
Almost everything is just $1 (unless otherwised marked)
Online Line Thrift Store Open for Business!
Currently featuring Boston Marathon 2016 items and expanding every week!
The Foundation Named An Employer of the Year for the 8th Consecutive Year
For the most up-to-date info
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Want to Text Your Pickup?
Please note, you must call 800-483-5503 - just once - to register to receive texts. Thank you!
If you're interested in becoming a Big or a Little, just visit Boston Bigs for more information!
Mentoring programs include:
- Big Sister Association of Greater Boston
- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Massachusetts Bay
- BBBS of Greater Attleboro
- BBBS of Greater Lowell
- BBBS Middlesex
- BBBS of New Bedford
- Old Colony Y BBBS
- BBBS of New Hampshire
We do not accept large furniture any longer ...
Bob Karas 781-367-9713 will pickup furniture in Braintree, Brockton, Easton, Hanson, Holbrook, Randolph, Rockland, Quincy, Whitman
Did you know?
- Last year, we raised enough funds to match 348 "littles" with "bigs." Kids with mentors stay in school. Our community saves $12,500 per year for every year who stays in school.
- Over the course of the year, we have had ~95 clubhouse members from MA Clubhouse Coalition on our payroll. For every gainfully employed clubhouse member, the community saves $21,000.
- We also offer "second chance" employment after rehab or prison.
- We recycle electronics & reduce the amount in landfills.
- Every fall, we donate coats and backpacks to school-aged children in underserved communities.
In short, for every dollar we spend, we return $1.34 to the community.
And we couldn't do it without you - Thank you!
Staff had a great time at BBBS of Mass Bay's Big of the Year Celebration 5/5/16
Honored to be invited to participate at the Boston Marathon for the 11th year!
Marathon "Steves": Steve Burton, Sports Anchor & Reporter for WBZ & Foundation Executive Director Steve Beck