Little Sister Aimee Named Posse Scholarship Winner

by Destiny Daniel Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta is proud to announce that Little Sister Aimee has been named a Posse Scholarship Winner. She will receive a full tuition scholarship to the College of Wooster in Ohio. Each year the Posse Foundation awards a few select students full tuition scholarships to attend one…

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The UPS Foundation STEM Kit Volunteer Event

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta recently participated in a one-of-a-kind volunteer service project with The UPS Foundation to create 100 STEM kit boxes for our contactless October trick or treat drive-thru event. The boxes included three different activities that will allow children in our program to participate in fun, hands-on projects related to…

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Bigs Swing Fore Littles 2020 Golf Tournament

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta is proud to partner with the award-winning Golf Club of Georgia for our 9th Annual Bigs Swing Fore Littles Golf Tournament. As one of our signature fundraising events, this tournament will help advance our mission of providing strong, one-to-one mentoring relationships for youth in Metro Atlanta. This year’s…

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Dr. Monica Khan to Receive the 2020 Defender of Potential Award

Dr. Monica Khan

At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta, we believe in the power of one-to-one mentoring relationships to create meaningful change among youth and communities. Our 2020 Defender of Potential Award recipient, Dr. Monica Khan, is someone that embodies this belief. The Defender of Potential Award is a new award given to Bigs who have…

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Jasmine Crowe, Founder & CEO of Goodr, to Receive the 2020 Legacy Award


By Amari Woods Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta is an organization dedicated to building relationships that help make positive change in communities facing adversity. Our 2020 Legacy Awards honoree, Jasmine Crowe, has made meaningful change that positively impacts our agency and underserved areas throughout Georgia. Each year, the Legacy Award is given to…

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AJC Op-Ed: BBBSMA CEO Kwame Johnson comments on Racial Inequality

By Amari Woods Recently, the AJC published an Op-Ed featuring Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta President and CEO, Kwame Johnson. In the article titled “You don’t have to fear me”, Johnson addresses the serious issue of police brutality. He began with, “My heart is heavy thinking of all of the black men and…

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