Program seeks ‘little’ brothers and sisters

For more than 26 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida (BBBS) has provided professionally supported mentoring services for children, and the organization is currently in need of more “littles” in the Navarre and Gulf Breeze area.


Big Brothers Big Sisters CEO Paula Shell with her “little sister” Hope.

Last year 604 at-risk youth from across the panhandle had the support of a caring, adult mentor – a “Big Brother” or “Big Sister” – to provide them with a positive and lasting impact on their lives. But more youth, specifically in south Santa Rosa County, are needed to enroll for the free mentoring services.

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