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BBBST Welcomes Richard Solomon as CEO
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto is pleased to introduce Richard Solomon as their new CEO. Richard has leadership experience in the not-for-profit sector, most recently leading Habitat for Humanity in York Region. Additionally, he has served as leader of a number of organizations focusing on youth and other vulnerable sectors, notably the Ontario Association of Residences Treating Youth, Voice for Hearing Impaired Children, and Addiction Services for York Region.
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Paddle Royale 2016

The 5th annual Paddle Royale was a smashing success! Thank you to the Young Leaders, Paddle Royale sponsors and attendees for making this event so great! See you next year!

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ChangeIt — Round-Up for BBBST!

Did you know that BMO MasterCard customers are able to donate to charities such as BBBST in an easy way through the ChangeIt program? ChangeIt allows cardholders to automatically round-up their credit card transactions and donate the rounded up amount to the charities of the donor’s choosing on a monthly basis. Sign up today!

Which Program Works Best for You?
If you've been considering getting involved, but weren't sure if you had the time, we've broken down our mentoring programs based on hours, commitment time frames and locations. This easy-to-read guide can help you make the decision on which program best fits into your busy schedule. Learn more about our mentoring programs, and how you can get involved today!
Meet Our Matches

We'd like to share some stories that warmed our hearts. These Bigs and Littles are wonderful examples of the powerful relationships that are built on friendship, trust and empowerment. Meet a match now!

6 Unique Ways You Can Get Involved!
Check out our new corporate brochure that highlights the many ways in which you and your organization can contribute to the mentoring programs we offer to the children and youth of Toronto. Our team is here to answer any questions that come up along the way. Get involved today!
BBBS Social Return on Investment Study:
Investing in Kids' Futures Pays Off Big Time

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Toronto extends a Big thank you to The Boston Consulting Group for their incredibly generous contribution to the Social Return on Investment Study on the Big Brother Big Sister Mentoring Program – a study which was conducted pro bono by BCG with additional in-kind services generously provided by Ipsos Reid.

Read the full results or click here to invest in a child's future!