Events

Fundraising Events

Bowl For Kids’ Sake – This is our biggest fundraiser of the year and guaranteed the most fun you will ever have in rented shoes! This event will take place in July 2020 at the Belt Entertainment Center. To participate, get a group of friends together to raise some funds for BBBS St. Joe. To reward your team for their fundraising efforts, we throw you a cosmic bowling party complete with pizza and beer or soda. All money raised from this event helps support our current matches and helps us make new matches for the 40 (plus) children on the wait list. Check out our recap video from our previous event below!

The Big Swing Charity Golf Tournament – This event is now a staple for BBBS, and is being held in partnership with the St. Joseph Country Club. If you are interested in signing up your team please contact tiffany@bbbsstjoe.org. To sign up visit: Big Swing

BBBS Annual Spaghetti Dinner – this is an annual event for BBBS, and is held in November. This event is an easy way to support BBBS by purchasing a $10 ticket for all you can eat spaghetti, salad, and breadsticks from Olive Garden. Look for this event in 2020.

BBBS Annual Gold Fish Races – This is an annual event for BBBS, and is held in February in partnership with the Hi-Ho. At this fun filled event, we auction off goldfish and race them. It is a unique event that you won’t want to miss! To find out more, visit our Facebook event at: GoFish2020

Recruitment Events

Recruitment Events are held regularly throughout the year. Info sessions are also held throughout the year at the Big Brothers Big Sisters office. For information about times and dates of info sessions please contact Cheyenne Lynch at cheyenne@bbbssjoe.org

Match Activities

To celebrate our matches we hold a quarterly event that is free for current Bigs and Littles. If you are a Big and would like to know more about the events, please contact Clara Streett at Clara@bbbsstjoe.org or call 816-752-4265 for times and dates for upcoming activities.

WITH A BIG, LITTLES ARE 52% LESS LIKELY TO SKIP SCHOOL.