Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties (BBBS) recently received a $10,000 grant from the United Way of Delaware (UWDE) as part of the Investing in Salem County Awards Celebration on October 26, at The Inn at Salem Country Club. The grant will help BBBS fund its Woodstown High School Mentoring program.
“We want to thank the United Way of Delaware for the $10,000 grant that will help us continue our mentoring programs for the students at Woodstown High School and Mary Shoemaker School,” said Donna Bennett, president and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cumberland & Salem Counties. “The Investing in Salem County Awards event was an amazing event and we are so thankful for the continued support of the United Way of Delaware.”
The United Way of Delaware brings people and resources together to work through community issues and create change within such a community. The work is based on the idea that early education success, college, and career readiness, and financial stability are the keys to a strong and vibrant community.
To learn more about the role mentoring plays in our community, volunteer opportunities, or additional ways to support Big Brothers Big Sisters Cumberland & Salem, please visit southjerseybigs.org.