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Two business women shake hands over signed paperwork. The woman facing you is black, the woman out of frame is white.

Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott Gives $1.9M to Support Mentoring in Puget Sound

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound will receive $1.9M to help transform and expand youth mentorship in the Puget Sound region. The gift supports us in furthering our mission to ensure young people have access to powerful mentoring experiences that improve mental health, empower them with a plan for their future, and build a […]

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Alonda Williams, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound President & CEO stands to the left of Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell. In the center, the unveiled painting, BIG Futures, is mounted to the gallery wall. To the right of the painting stand WOW Gallery founder Veronica Very and renowned local artist Hiawatha D.

Stunning “BIG Futures” Painting Unveiled at BIG Impact Networking Event

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Our community came together to co-create a powerful, transformative event. We were thrilled to gather in person at the WOW Gallery. You could feel the excitement and energy in the crowd. 9-year-old Little, Chloe, kicked off the event with her favorite knock-knock joke. Everyone in the room replied, “Who’s there?” The moment stood out. It […]

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Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Puget Sound embraces Black/African American heritage, freedom, families, and ancestry. Juneteenth is a celebration honoring the emancipation of enslaved Blacks/African Americans in the Confederacy. On June 19, 1865, Blacks/African American slaves were legally freed in the United States which also marked the end of the Civil War.  We encourage […]

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