Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee has announced volunteer Janet Carmichael as its “Big Sister of the Year” among female volunteers serving with the regional organization, and additionally, she was selected as the Tennessee Big Sister of the Year by the Tennessee Big Brothers Big Sisters Alliance
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Middle Tennessee has named Carly Southworth as Vice President of Programs. Southworth will be leading the mentoring program in serving a record number of children in need of a positive adult role model in the Middle Tennessee area.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Proves that Mentoring Matters Everyday
Volunteering for just a few hours a month can make a positive impact to the community
Since 1969, Big Brothers Big Sisters has affected the lives of thousands of Middle Tennessee children for the better through the agency’s youth mentoring programs that create meaningful, supported friendships between caring adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 9 through 18.