Winning basketball coach Rehka Patterson mentors college athletes on SEMO courts and a Little Sister in the Cape community
Little Brother “grad” Sam Rees is an active Big Futures alum who’s got his sights set on dreams including others’ vision
As a Black male, Walé Soluade says bonding with Little Brother Ja’Vante’s been about centering what’s real and important in each other’s lives.
Over 30 teens from 15 high schools in Eastern Missouri acquired food service job skills through BBBSEMO’s work-readiness training.
Join us in celebrating BBBSEMO’s Bigs, Parent, Partners, and Staff of the year! We are thankful for all of our BBBSEMO family!
For 106 years, we have been honored to serve the youth and families of Eastern Missouri. Now is the time to speak more clearly and act boldly.
Big Couple Monica and Mike Budenholzer share their experiences over 6 years with Little Brother Vic in this Q&A
We’re learning new ways to create enjoyable connections every day.
Our new logo, coined the “Big B,” reflects the ongoing promise of our organization to Be There. Learn the full story here.
Being a Big seemed like a really unique opportunity to make a significant impact on a kid interested in having another supportive adult in their life…
Randy shares what made that match such a profound part of his life – first as a child, and now as a Big Brother himself.
“They set me up with a Big who was so sweet and loving. Whitney really showed that she cared about me.”
When Rein came to the BBBSEMO office in June to pick up a little something to support his internship, he promised to keep us updated. Here’s a look at his summer!
“I’m Synmar Jeromica Johnson. I am currently 13 years old, but my birthday’s coming up. And, um… I’m a very hardworking and a very kind, loving person.”
No graduation is complete without a little celebration. And at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, “little” means a whole lot.