Join us on 9/2/2015 to learn more about our mission and how you can support children facing adversity in Lancaster County. The breakfast will be held at the Manor, Rodgers and Associates. It will be served at 7:30 am with the program beginning promptly at 8:15 am.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lancaster will need to reduce its services to the community for a short time, due to the recent budget deficits caused by defunding by United Way, while new sources of funding are sought.
In decision announced today (5/26/15) by the
United Way of Lancaster County, a mentoring collaboration, led by Big Brothers
Big Sisters (BBBS) of Lancaster County will not receive funding under the new
Collective Impact Funding Model. The funding decision forces BBBS to cut back
Community Based and School Based Mentoring Programs until replacement-funding
sources can be determined.