Big Brother Howard Brodsky spoke about the power of mentoring at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation's 2017 annual meeting. Watch it here!
Marching toward success: BBBSNH's Class of 2017
After a decade in Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire, Little Sister Jenny recently graduated, with her Big Sister Deb cheering in the audience.
Jenny is just one of several BBBSNH Little Brothers and Little Sisters who graduated this year from high school, and from BBBSNH's youth mentoring program, which provides youth ages 6-18 with caring adult mentors.
"I had a blast at the UNH hockey game! We got a picture with the mascot, and I fell right asleep when I got home because it was 10 o'clock and I didn't even have a nap that day. I've never been to one of those games, and I just had so much fun!" - Little Brother Elijah
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