Paul Henry: Reflecting on Over a Decade With BBBST

“When you volunteer, it doesn’t only benefit and impact you but your entire world and family. Directly or indirectly, your actions will show them what it means to be a volunteer and the impact it has. Whatever you are learning and however you are benefitting from the experience, they, by association, will, too.”    Paul [...]
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Marcus’ Story: A Lifelong Friendship Through BBBST

One of the most pleasant and unexpected joys for our BBBST team is when we come across one of our former Bigs or Littles “out in the wild”. Whether it’s during a meeting with a community partner, a corporate sponsor, or a foundation – meeting one of our past mentors or mentees is a heart-warming [...]
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Mark Harrison on Black Voices in the Work Place, Board Rooms, and Mentorship Programs

"Privilege is about having people who champion you. Telling you that you actually matter and have worth. There are a lot of people who didn't have that privilege. We're trying to show them they can do it and give hope." In celebration of Black History Month and to mark his appointment as the new Chair [...]
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The province has moved into Step 2

Updated June 30, 2021 The province has moved into Step 2 – matches can meet indoors again Effective today, and only if you feel comfortable, matches are permitted to meet indoors as long as no more than five people are gathering and everyone is able to stay two metres apart during the visit. Rides in […]

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2021 Ted Rogers Scholarship Recipient – Quentin Kozai

2021 Ted Rogers Scholarship Recipient – Quentin Kozai Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto (BBBST) is incredibly proud to announce that one of our very own Littles, Quentin Kozai, has been chosen as a recipient of the 2021 Ted Rogers Scholarship. Quentin has been a Little for eight years, having joined the program when he […]

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