Great Times for a Great Cause
Every dollar helps put more caring volunteers into the lives of children in our community.
Bowl for Kids' Sake
The 2018 Bowl for Kids' Sake was on Saturday, April 14 and Saturday, April 21 at Spare Time Hixson (formally Holiday Bowl Hixson). Please visit our 2018 BFKS website.
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2018 Bowl for Kids' Sake Campaign! Your efforts brought in more than $110,000, which will enable us to serve more children in Greater Chattanooga area in need of a positive role model. THANK YOU for the BIG difference you've made and we look forward to seeing you soon!
Bowl for Kids' Sake is an easy and fun way to help support Big Brothers Big Sisters. Whether you are a bowler or a non-bowler, you will have a great time while making a BIG difference for many children in the Chattanooga area.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Annual Golf Classic
This year's 32nd Annual Golf Classic was on Monday, September 24, 2018 at Signal Mountain Golf and Country Club.
Thanks to our golfers and sponsors, this year's annual tournament was a success! The 2018 tournament was in memory of Ed Jolley, Sr. and Paul F. Brock. They were long-time board members and supporters of Big Brothers Big Sisters and its mission.
Each year, teams of four get together to help make a difference in the life of children in the Chattanooga area. This fundraiser allows us to continue serving the children who currently have a Big Brother or a Big Sister. It also enables us to reach out to the children who are on our waiting list. Thanks for helping Start Something in our community.
We hope to see you at next year's tournament!
Its an annual fundraiser designed to provide financial support to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Chattanooga by donating the program cost to support a match for one year. For a yearly donation of $1,000, a donor becomes the sponsor of one of our matches. This is how much it costs to bring a match together and keep it going for one year.
Initially, the $1,000 covers the expenses of training a volunteer, conducting police and reference checks and conducting in-home interviews with both the Big and Little. After the first year, $1,000 underwrites the cost of having a professional caseworker supervise the match and provide continued support and guidance. It also helps with activities the agency holds around twice a month for matches.