Traditional Mentoring Program
- The Traditional Mentoring program is a community-based program where an individual over the age of 18 is paired with a child between he ages of 6-16. Matches are made based on compatibility, and the objective is for matched pairs to spent 1:1 time together in the community for 2-3 hours per week for one year.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is one of Canada’s most well-known mentoring charities. It facilitates positive relationships for children and youth lacking strong role models. These relationships inspire and empower them to reach their potential and grow as members of our community. Since 1973, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Lethbridge and District has been making matches and has since grown to provide a variety of programs for both boys and girls in our community.