Partners

OUR PARTNERS MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Successful partnerships with businesses, foundations, and organizations are fundamental to supporting children. They provide for children in need and contribute to brighter futures, better schools, and stronger communities for all.

Become A Partner!

Partnership Opportunities

Corporate Partnerships

unite your company’s charitable giving with Big Brothers Big Sisters, protecting and providing a better future for America's children.

Community Partnerships

At the heart of many corporations, professional sports teams and community groups, our community partners provide educational, athletic and recreational opportunities for the youth in our program.

Foundation Partnerships

provide grants that enable tremendous organization-wide growth in the number of children served.

Government Partnerships

support our mission with necessary grants and fundamental initiatives.

What our Sponsors are saying

Our Partners Make It Possible

Foundation Partners

AEGON Transamerica Foundation

Ann Peppers Foundation

Argyros Family Foundation

AS&F foundation

Dwight Stuart Youth Fund

Entertainment Industry Foundation

Kayne Foundation

MetLife Foundation

Sumner M. Redstone Charitable Foundation

The Ahmanson Foundation

The Confidence Foundation

The Green Foundation

The Jack in the Box Foundation

The Joseph and Fiora Stone Foundation

The PwC Charitable Foundation, Inc.

The Ralph L. Smith Foundation

The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation

The Rose Hills Foundation

Union Bank Foundation

Weingart Foundation

William H. Hannon Foundation

Windsong Trust

Corporate Partners

A&E Television Networks

CBS

Cousins Maine Lobster

Lifetime

Murad

NFL Network

Nordstrom

Paramount Pictures

PricewaterhouseCoopers

Sony Pictures

The Hollywood Reporter

Union Bank

Wells Fargo

Community Partners

Alpha Phi Alpha

LA Clippers Foundation

LA Dodgers Foundation

LA Kings Foundation

NFL Charities

Government Partners

City of Long Beach

Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention

Office of Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas