Become a mentor, change a life
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) — Fifty boys are on a waiting list to be accepted for the Big Brothers Big Sisters program. They would be accepted immediately, however, there is a huge lack of male mentors.
The shortage is not only a Rhode Island problem, but an issue facing BBBS programs across the country. Volunteers like father and businessman Bob Oresman have made life-changing impacts on multiple children in Rhode Island.
From teaching life-long lessons, to trying new activities, meeting new friends, practicing basketball, taking it lots of sporting events and a whole lot more, Oresman was matched with an energetic young man named Jayden.
If you want to learn more about Big Brothers Big Sisters Rhode Island or how you can volunteer, click here.