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How BBBSKC is helping students reach their potential through the ACES program

The ACES program applies to matches with students in 8th grade through college, focusing on college and career planning. It provides additional academic and goal-setting support to students as they navigate decisions in their post-secondary journey.

The ACES program applies to matches with students in 8th grade through college, focusing on college and career planning. It provides additional academic and goal-setting support to students as they navigate decisions in their post-secondary journey.

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How Bar K Dog Bar — and BBBS — brought them together

“You don’t know what it’s like until you have one, and once you have one, you can’t imagine your life without one.”

“You don’t know what it’s like until you have one, and once you have one, you can’t imagine your life without one.”

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‘Once in a lifetime’ — my experience as the first-ever Voice of Potential

Six years ago, I joined the BBBSKC program as a Little Brother and met my Big, Charles. We bonded immediately.

About two years into our match, I nominated Charles for Big Brother of the Year, and he won! Because he won, we got the opportunity to film a video talking about our match. When we showed up to the Match Appreciation Banquet that year, it really blew me away at how much of an impact Big Brothers Big Sisters has on the lives of children, not just in Kansas City, but nationwide.

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Defending potential, together: How Big Couples impact kids in KC

Jen and Greg moved to Kansas City from Toronto about a year and a half ago.

“When we moved here, we were looking for a way to meet people and make an impact,” said Jen. “We had a few friends who had connections to BBBS back in Canada, so we wanted to look into it once we got settled in.”

Since they didn’t yet have any kids of their own, Jen and Greg thought volunteering with BBBS could be a great way to get to know their new community and give back at the same time.

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