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BBBS Holds Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony at New Facility

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties (BBBS) was thrilled to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new facility at 60 Landis Avenue in Bridgeton, NJ. Staff members, the Board, friends, and supporters gathered to commemorate this exciting transition, which resulted from the Big Move Campaign.

Donna Bennett, president and CEO, led the celebration followed by Senator Michael Testa Jr.; Erin Mendez, BBBS board Chair; the 2024 Big Sister and Brother of the Year, Priscilla McCoy and Will Gruccio; and Debby Novick, the Big Move Campaign Co-Chair and the Novick family, Michael, Scott, and Wendy.

This new facility includes a welcome area for families to learn more about the people and the program, an interview room for family members and bigs to spend time getting to know one another, and a board room for large gatherings and training sessions.

“The ribbon cutting marked a significant milestone for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties as we opened our doors to our new facility at 60 Landis Avenue,” said Bennett. “This is more than just a building; it’s a beacon of hope for our community. With dedicated spaces for families to connect, mentors to inspire, and staff to support the vital work we do. This facility will serve as a cornerstone for fostering meaningful relationships and changing lives for the better. We extend our deepest gratitude to all our donors and supporters who have made this day possible. Together, we look forward to making a lasting impact on the lives of youth throughout Cumberland and Salem counties.”