MARCH 20, 2013
The 1st Annual Celebrity Bigs 4 Littles event
Male mentors critically needed for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Arizona
1st Annual Celebrity Bigs 4 Littles
9 a.m. Saturday, March 23
Amazing Jake’s Food & Fun
1380 E. Baseline Road, Mesa
FREE Admission for Interested Male Mentors
Register at www.Bigs4Littles.org
There are more than 250 boys in the Greater Phoenix area who have been on the Big Brother mentor waiting list for longer than they deserve – more 50 of these boys live in the East Valley.
Interested male mentors age 18 and older are invited to a FREE event where they will spend the morning teamed up with one of these special boys for a morning of fun, food and activities. The event will showcase the rewarding opportunities of being a Big Brother.
Special guests Mayor Lane and local firefighters will greet event attendees and be available for media interviews. For the first hour of the event, event attendees will also have autograph and photo opportunities with sports stars, Arizona Cardinals Cheerleaders & Big Red, the Phoenix Suns Gorilla & Dancers, Baxter from the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Phoenix Coyotes Paw Patrol.
Admission for interested male mentors is FREE.
Light breakfast fare and lunch will be provided.
All registered attendees will be entered to win a $250 Visa Gift Card.
Registration is required. Space is limited.
The 1st Annual Celebrity Bigs 4 Littles event is the inspiration of Scottsdale Leadership’s Project Pay it Forward, a community outreach initiative where classmates work in small groups to make a difference within the community. This group conceptualized the event based on mutual interest to reduce the critical need for male mentors for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Arizona.
Scottsdale Leadership is a 501(c)3 non-profit, community stewardship program that helps people focus on their ability to give back to the community teaching servant leadership and community trusteeship. More than 850 community-minded men and women have graduated from Scottsdale Leadership’s core program and have gone on to serve in leadership roles for civic, business and philanthropic organizations in Scottsdale and throughout the Valley and State of Arizona.