Click here to read Big Sister Boston’s 2020 Annual Report.
On Wednesday, September 30, we held our first-ever virtual Big in Boston celebration! It was an honor to celebrate the impact of igniting girls’ passion and power to succeed with 600 members of our community!
The isolation of the pandemic is hitting adolescent girls the hardest, get to know Our Big Futures and Director Ariel FitzHugh, and find out what our Diversity Board was up to this summer.
We answer the question “why girls?,” host virtual workshops with inspiring authors, and say goodbye for now to our Workplace Mentoring matches.
Our 32nd Annual Car Raffle drawing looked a little different this year, but your investment in girls was stronger than ever! Thank you to everyone who purchased a total of 1,740 tickets in this year’s Car Raffle. This year’s drawing took place at the Herb Chambers BMW of Boston dealership where General Manager Melissa Steffy […]
Meet our two Big Sisters of the Year who are being recognized for their long-term commitment to each other and our organization. Find out how each relationship has grown and changed over the years.
Big Sister Boston will not stand for the perpetuation of systemic and institutional racism. We are firmly anti-racist.
This pandemic has amplified inequities in our community and put a spotlight on the social isolation of girls we support as Little Sisters.
From advocacy to Ayanna, find out how our Big Sister Boston community is using their voice to amplify what matters to girls and women.
It was an honor to be joined by 400 of our friends, both old and new, for Big in Boston: The Remix on Saturday, November 16, at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The room was awash in purple and filled with joy, laughter, music and dancing. Co-chairs Robert Popeo, Chairman of Mintz and Tiffani Faison, Top Chef finalist and chef/owner […]
Sisters get spooky at our annual Halloween Party, a Little Sister earns a big scholarship, Wayfair is our newest Workplace Mentoring partner, and Big in Boston: The Remix is around the corner.
Little Sister Garshae, a senior at Boston Community Leadership Academy, has been matched with Big Sister Rachel Weidenfeld for eight years. This month, it was announced that Garshae was chosen to receive the ALKU Scholarship presented through Mass Mentoring Partnership, which will be applied to her tuition at a four-year college. Garshae is optimistic about […]