IT’S NOT JUST A DONATION.
IT’S AN INVESTMENT IN A CHILD’S FUTURE.
When you donate to Big Brothers Big Sisters, you join our cause and directly support youth in your community. No matter how little or big the amount, donating can start making a difference in the lives of young people around you.
Your financial support helps us provide our programs and services in your local community—so we can develop more college grads, community leaders, and entrepreneurs.
Your financial support helps us:
- recruit new Big Brother and Big Sister volunteers
- cover the costs of background checks, while ensuring trained professionals match Littles to responsible Bigs
- enable ongoing supervision and relationship support for every Big, Little and Little’s family
- provide cultural and social activities to enrich the opportunities for children
DONATING PAYS DIVIDENDS.
Research shows that our mentoring works. Youth with a Big Brother or Big Sister show real differences in their personal and academic lives. They are more confident in their schoolwork performance, they get along better with their families and they’re less likely to skip school.
Our Littles Are...
Believe graduating from college is very important
Less Likely to skip school
Less likely to start using drugs
DONATING ONLINE IS JUST THE START.
There are lots of ways to donate to Big Brothers Big Sisters. Whichever way you choose, you’ll be helping us make a positive impact on kids in your community.
Donate By Check
In addition to the fast, simple, and secure ways that you can make a gift online, Big Brothers Big Sisters is honored to accept your gift made by personal check. Mail your gift to Big Brothers Big Sisters of East Central Wisconsin: 1331 American Drive, Neenah, WI 54956.
Foundation & Corporate Giving
Philanthropy starts with you. Big Brothers Big Sisters is grateful for financial support from foundations and corporations.
IRA Charitable Rollover
Individuals age 70½ can donate up to $100,000 directly from their Individual Retirement Account (IRA), without treating the distribution as taxable income.
Stocks & Securities
Many donors are now making gifts to us in the form of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds.