SALT LAKE CITY — Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah is calling on caring and dependable men in Utah to mentor a little brother with a campaign titled Real Men Mentor — 60 Men 60 Days.
On average, the organization has 250 boys waiting for a big brother of their own. The goal is to fill that gap so no child has to wait more than a year to be matched with a big brother.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah will recruiting volunteers at the Gallivan Center during Food Truck Thursdays from 11 a.m to 2 p.m. June 22. Those interested in learning more about the organization and its programs are encouraged to stop by or visit the organization’s website, bbbsu.org.