We believe that all children should have the opportunity to succeed in life and live up to their full potential.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Empire opened its doors in 2013 with the help of the Orange County agency, recognizing the mentoring void in the region. Serving more than 600 children each year in the metro regions of Riverside and San Bernardino counties, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Empire has quality mentoring models that are changing lives of children in the region.
Graduate from High School
Enroll in College
More Likely to Obtain a Bachelors Degree
of Littles have been exposed to abuse, violence or neglect
of Littles parents did not begin high school
of Littles have had an incarcerated parent
of Littles come from single-parent households
Children from single-parent households make up…
Teen girls from single parent households are 30% more likely to become pregnant
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Executive & Governing Board
Todd Pickup – Board Chair
Navin Narang – Vice Chair
Cary Hyden – Secretary
Erin Boyl – Treasurer
Dr. Jacqueline Gustafson
Robert “Bob” Gedeon
Robert “Bob” Tyler
Lunch and Learn
Can our staff come in and present about being a Big? We are happy to come into your team meeting for as little as 15 minutes to educate your employees on the rewards of being a mentor to one of the children on our waitlist.
Does your company have products or tickets you can donate for our auction or for our kids? Contact us to see if you have something we need!
This site-based program matches a local corporation with a school in our community. Employee “Bigs” are matched, one-to-one with a student from the partner school and the matches meet in a group setting once a month at the partner corporation. Learn More →
Casual for a Cause
Have a casual day in your workplace to raise funds for Big Brothers Big Sisters. Encourage employees to “dress down” or wear jeans to work in exchange for a small donation.
Would you like to coordinate a golf tournament, run or shopping experience or other event with the proceeds benefitting Big Brothers Big Sisters? We have a team dedicated to assisting you with event logistics, payment collection, social media, marketing and invitations.
For more information on partnering with Big Brothers Big Sisters, please contact Jennifer O’Farrell (email@example.com) at 909.763.5959.
Ahern Adcock Devlin, LLC
Altura Credit Union
Beacon Pointe Wealth Advisors
Best Best & Krieger
BJs Brewery and Restaurant
Chuck E. Cheese
Dionysus (Wine Dash)
Holstrom Block & Parke
Jack in the Box
JWB Tax and Financials
Mathis Brothers Furniture
The Salted Pig
Windermere Tower Realty
A.Gary Anderson Family Foundation
Albert B. Cutter Memorial Fund
Arrowhead United Way
City of Rialto
City of Riverside
County of Riverside
County of Riverside, Board of Supervisors
Fontana Hope Foundation
Grace Helen Spearman Foundation
Inland Empire United Way
Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, Fontana
LeVecke Family Foundation
Majestic Realty Foundation
Molino Health Care
Riverside Rotary Foundation
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
The Community Foundation, Community Impact Fund
The Community Foundation, Stebler Fund
The Community Foundation, Youth Grantmakers Fund
United Way Corona Norco
United Way Inland Valleys
At Big Brothers Big Sisters, we’re always looking for talented, dedicated people who believe in the power of role models to change the life of a child for the better, forever.
We are committed to a diverse workforce with representation from every walk of life. We recognize how our organization is greatly enhanced when we unite people of diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives.
Job applications are reviewed on an ongoing basis. To apply, please email a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are asked to come in for an interview, please complete this job application in advance and bring it in-person to the Big Brothers Big Sisters office at the time of your interview—do NOT submit the application via email. Big Brothers Big Sisters is not responsible for sensitive material in this application if it is sent via email (including but not limited to social security numbers and contact information).
It’s your money that keeps us going and enables us to start more kids on the right path. So you have every right to know how it is used. Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Inland Empire is satellite office of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County, a 501c3 (tax exempt) organization.