Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central New Mexico

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Program Information
NTEE Code: 
O- Youth Development
P- Human Services
W- Public, Society Benefit
Mission Statement: 

To build a stronger community through the creation and support of positive one to one relationships between children and adult volunteers.

Programs: 

Big Brothers Big Sisters fosters relationships between children and caring mentors.

 

Children are ages 6-18 years old, most from single/no parent families, living at/below poverty, and/or minority.

 

Matches in the community-based program meet outside the home several times/month.

 

Matches in the school-based program meet at the child's school for an hour a week.

 

All matches engage in activities to support the child’s positive development.

 

BBBS-CNM is proven to significantly improve a child's ability to avoid drugs, alcohol, and violence, to increase chances of graduating high school, and to enhance social relationships.

Populations Served: 
Children and Youth
Families
Latino/Hispanic
Low Income
Native American
Counties Served: 
Bernalillo
Cibola
Sandoval
Socorro
Torrance
Valencia
Year Founded: 
1969
Annual Budget: 
$1,000,000 - $4,999,999
Personnel: 
30 to 59 FTE
Executive Director: 
Angela Reed Padilla
Board and Volunteer Positions: 
Accepts inquiries about volunteering
Accepts inquiries about board member positions
Nonprofit Status: 
Has 501(c)(3) nonprofit status from the IRS

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Last Updated Date: 
Feb 8 2013

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