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General

  • Government Reg. No: 139
  • Registered On: 1978-08-07
  • Expires On: Indefinite
  • Centre Member No: 1510

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  • Last Updated: 13-01-17
  • Last Administered: 19-10-17
Non-profit

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda (BBBS)

Friendship Makes a BIG Difference

  • The Old Argus Insurance Building, 12 Wesley Street, Hamilton HM 11
  • Mailing Address
  • P.O. Box HM 3261, Hamilton HM PX
  • (441) 232-2802
  • Website
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Volunteer

  1. Primary Contact Person(s)

    Primary Contact

    • Patrina O'Connor-Paynter
      Managing Director
      patrina.bbbs@logic.bm
      O: 232-2802
    • Patrina O'Connor-Paynter
      Fund Development/Marketing Communications Director
      patrina.bbbs@logic.bm
      O: 232-2802

    Others

    • Joanne Wohlmuth
      Case Manager
      jew.bbbs@logic.bm
      O: 232-2802
    • Lydia Rawlins
      Case Manager
      lydia.bbbs@logic.bm
      O: 232-2802
  2. Classification(s) Based on the National Taxonomy of Exempt Entities (NTEE)

  3. Our Mission

    Providing children, primarily from single parent homes, with positive and caring role models. Through these professionally supported one-on-one relationships, our children are able to build lasting relationships which enhance their emotional, social and recreational well being.

  4. About Us

    In 1978, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Bermuda (BBBS) was founded following the Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring model established in the United States in 1913. The BBBS of Bermuda Committee was designed by members of our community considering the key elements of the BBBS Organization in North America as well as Bermuda’s... Read More

  5. Programme and Service Highlights

    How does it work? We match a child with an adult mentor - a positive role model and friend. This means that we match the specific strengths, interests, and abilities of the volunteer to the needs of the child. The volunteer, known as a ,Big,, spends a minimum of three hours a week for at least one year with their ,Little, by... Read More

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