Masters Gallery Foods has made a two-year commitment to support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County as a Corporate Defender.

These funds will provide support for one-to-one mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth.  The demand and level of support Big Brothers Big Sisters must provide for at-risk youth and their families in our communities is more critical and complex than ever before, during these challenging times. 

“The reality is that healthy kids equal healthy families and healthy communities. We are grateful for the support provided by Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County to the kids and families in our communities,” said Jeff Gentine, President and CEO of Masters Gallery.  “Everything they do is ‘for kids sake,’ and we are proud to be their partner.” 

Big Brother Big Sisters of Sheboygan County is an evidenced-based youth mentoring agency providing the oldest, largest, most studied, and most proven mentoring program in the U.S.

In 55 years, the organization has served nearly 20,000 Sheboygan County children and families creating meaningful relationships between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and youth (“Littles”), ages 5 – 18.

The partnership with Masters Gallery Foods is an investment to ensure Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County sees continued growth, learning and maintains its commitment to keeping kids connected. 

“During a time when many say everything has changed, the vital impact one caring adult can have on the life of a child, hasn’t changed a bit.  We are grateful for the partnership with Masters Gallery Foods,” said Denise Wittstock, CEO of Big Brothers big Sisters of Sheboygan County. “This partnership truly is a win-win and will allow the organization to provide support to address the needs of our community, ultimately making it safer and stronger.”

About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Sheboygan County helps children realize their potential and build their futures through evidence based mentoring programs that match concerned volunteer mentors with children who need additional support and guidance.

Through the careful pairing of adult with child, BBBSSC can combine the abilities and desires of the mentor with the needs of the child to produce safe, goal-oriented, friendships. Agency professionals work with each relationship to ensure the gentle and consistent interaction leads to more self-assured and self-reliant young people.

For more information about BBBSSC, click here.

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