UPDATE ON BBBS’S RESPONSE TO COVID-19
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwestern Indiana is committed to keeping our Bigs, Littles, families, employees, and supporters healthy and safe. We are currently taking steps to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
CLICK HERE FOR A LETTER TO OUR VOLUNTEERS.
Our Bowl For Kids’ Sake events in April has been tentatively rescheduled for JULY 15 AND JULY 18. MORE DETAILS COMING SOON! To give any amount and make an investment in a child’s future, donate here.
At this time agency staff will work in the office at 50%, stay tuned for updates. For this reason, we feel it is important to remind you of important contact information in the event you need to reach staff during this challenging time. Click here for our team, feel free to call, text or email staff with any questions, concerns, or support.
Temporary office hours at this time
Scheduling Appointments are Encouraged
Please call our office with any questions or to set up an appointment:
Office - 812-425-6076
Amanda Redenbaugh, Marketing Coordinator - firstname.lastname@example.org Cell 812-598-8562
Amanda Metzger, Enrollment Coordinator - email@example.com Cell 812-465-2039
Khrista York, Match Support Specialist - firstname.lastname@example.org Cell 812-647-6837
Heather Hicks, Match Support Specialist - email@example.com Cell 812-618-2120
Thank you for your continued support of the BBBS mission and for all you do to defend potential in our community.
Be sure to review and follow the Center for Disease Control’s recommendations for preventing the spread of illness.
Click here for the Parent/Caregiver Guide to Helping Families Cope with the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
SELF-CARE DURING STRESSFUL TIMES - for youth AND adults!
Exercise. Go for a walk outside - bundle up if you have to.
Have a dance party with your family!
Listen to music - or make music if that’s your jam.
Color. Even adults can color.
Call a friend and catch up!
Get good rest! Keep a solid routine, even with school and work changes.
Drink lots of water!
If you feel worried or stressed talk to someone about your feelings. Don’t keep it bottled up.
You can also write about your feelings! Or use art to express feelings too.
Click here for Community Programs and Resources For Those Impacted by COVID-19
Click here for a Toolkit and Resources for Bigs