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Celebrating Black History Month

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Please join Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound in celebrating Black History Month throughout the month of February. Black History Month, founded in 1976, is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. Black History Month has its origins in 1915, when historian and author […]

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How You Can Help During National Mentoring Month

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January is National Mentoring Month and we are so excited to announce our campaign to recruit 300 Mentors In 30 Days! Right now many youth in King, Pierce, and Kitsap counties are waiting for mentors. Our goal during National Mentoring Month is to find mentors for these youth by spreading the word to adults in […]

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Gena Divine named Chief Development Officer

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Gena Divine is an experienced leader who will help identify critical resources to support youth mentoring After an extensive search, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound has named Gena Divine as Chief Development Officer. Gena has nearly 20 years of experience in non-profit fundraising and marketing. Her strategic mindset and focus on expanding partnerships […]

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Celebrating Native American Heritage Month

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This month we are celebrating Native American Heritage Month – a time to recognize and learn about the rich cultural heritage and contributions of all Indigenous & Native American people, and particularly to honor the Coast Salish peoples on whose land we sit. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound recognizes that we stand on […]

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Monique Dubose named Regional Director of Tacoma, Pierce, Kitsap

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Monique Dubose is a visionary who will lead the Tacoma, Pierce & Kitsap Counties region of the largest mentoring agency in the state.   After conducting an extensive six-month search, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound has hired Monique Dubose as the Regional Director for Tacoma, Pierce and Kitsap Counties.  Monique Dubose previously served as […]

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