|About||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta provides at-risk youth with one-to-one mentoring relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.|
|Mission||Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta’s mission is to provide children facing adveristy with strong and enduring, professionally supported, one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.|
|Description||Big Brothers Big Sisters is proud to continue to build Atlanta’s future by helping children be the best they can be—one child at a time.|
Community-Based Mentoring is our largest program. Supervised and supported by trained professionals, children and volunteers are matched to build a special mentoring friendship.
Hispanic Mentoring Program (HMP) is a community-based program where a one-to-one friendship is established between an adult volunteer and a child who may come from a home where Spanish is the primary language spoken.
Mentoring Children of Prisoners (MCP) is the one-to-one mentoring initiative that provides children of incarcerated parents with mentors from the community.
Mentoring Towards College (MTC), one of our newest programs, uses a highly directive and specialized mentoring curriculum to ensure that children strive to complete high school and have the cultural, educational, and personal sophistication to apply to, attend, and succeed in college.