Volunteer With Us

You have a big opportunity in front of you—to not only impact a child’s life today, but to transform their potential for tomorrow.

It’s time to go BIG.

We’re always looking for people eager to positively impact a child and improve their community at the same time. Big Brothers especially are in high demand.

For a few hours, a couple times a month, you can give a Little the invaluable gift of your friendship. By simply changing their perspective of what the world can offer, you can literally start changing their life. Play a board game. Make fun crafts. Hit the playground together. Just as your options are unlimited, so is your Little’s potential. But don’t just take it from us. Check out our blog for some amazing stories of what it means to be a role model. And if you still have questions, head over to our FAQs for more answers.

Ready to be a Big? 

Please READ below requirements and guidelines before you submit you online inquiry:

Enrollment Steps

Complete a group Orientation Session

Complete in-person Interview

Complete an in-home Home Assessment

Provide 3 references (spouse/partner, work, personal)

Provide documentation of prior volunteer or employment work with a Youth Serving Organization

Provide signature and state issue ID for completion of background checks with: 

Local, State, Federal, DMV, BBBSA Child Look Up Tool, National Database for Missing & Exploited Children, Public Domain Search

Pre-Match and Match Training

Once Enrolled and Matched:

Provide match support information to your Program Coordinator each month

Complete the Youth Outcome Development Plan (YODP) with your Program Coordinator's assistance

Complete annual Youth Outcome Survey

Complete all training (in person or online) that is required annually by BBBSA


So many of our Bigs tell us that becoming a Big was the best decision they ever made. What are you waiting for?

Get Involved

Whether you get involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters as a donor, potential Big Brother or Big Sister, partner, advocate, or family member, you have the power to change a child's future for the better.