Big Brothers Anonymous
Youth Mentorship Program
Big Brothers Anonymous (BBA) is recognized as a part of My Brother's Keeper Alliance, an initiative of the Obama Foundation, whose mission is to propel community fellowship through mentorship to ultimately reduce violence and to improve and empower the lives of young men of color. BBA is a bi-weekly forum for young men ages 12-24 to receive mentorship advice about manhood, relationship, purpose, business and other topics in a judgement free zone.
One out of every three children in America lives in a home without their biological dad, according to the National Fatherhood Initiative. A father figure -- whether he's the child's biological dad, a step-dad or another close male adult -- can help reduce boys' behavioral problems, provide a positive role model and even help boost the child's academic outcomes.
The goal is not only to encourage and educate, but to also provide real life resources and career opportunities our Young Kings need and value. BBA is proud to continue to help hundreds of young and wise kids obtain guidance, advice and direction from the many great speakers and teachers who support the cause.
Big Brothers Anonymous (BBA) meets every 1st and 3rd Saturdays
from 11 AM to 2 PM at The Legacy Center.