'Money Bowl For Kids Sake' a success for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati
Bowl For Kids Sake events continue to be a hit with companies and communities in the Tri-State, resulting in successful fundraisers for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati.
The latest event, the Money Bowl For Kids Sake, involved financial groups like Baird, Fifth Third Bank, RiverPoint Capital and Plante Moran. The highest fundraising group was Fifth Third Bank, raising a total of $3,473.
When Greg Brinker retired, he decided it was time to give back to others. With inspiration from friends, he believed Big Brothers Big Sisters was the right fit, and was matched with his Little Brother...
Sara Chipman felt a calling. She knew she could be a positive influence in the lives of children who didn’t have the resources or opportunities she’d been given—ones she had perhaps taken for granted. She chose to become a Big Sister mentor, through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Cincinnati, and now has been named Big Sister of the Year.
Brian Crittenden leads by example. When his Little Brother Fremeco didn’t throw away his own lunch tray, didn’t hold the door for others, and forgot to say “Thank you,” Crittenden made a point of doing those things in front of Fremeco, and explaining why they’re important. Now, kindness and respect are second nature.
Mike's Carwash holds fundraiser for Big Brothers Big Sisters
Big Brothers Big Sisters wants you to give yourself a break and NOT wash your car! Wail until Saturday May 2, when all Mike’s Carwash locations will hold an all-day fundraiser for the mentoring organization.