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Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley
Big Brothers Big Sisters Langley has been providing volunteer based mentoring programs for Langley's children & youth since 1974. We commit to the Langley area young people that...
#201 - 20538 Fraser Highway
Langley, British Columbia
V3A 4R3
Causes we care about

  • Community and Economic Development

  • Social Services

  • Youth Development

Businesses whose employees volunteer with us
Social Mission
We believe that by changing the course of young lives we can in turn be changing the course of a community’s future. That it could lead to a reduction in poverty and unemployment. Or to safer schools and neighbourhoods, or a renewed optimism for growth. That it could even lead to change on a broader, more far-reaching scale. Serving as role models, our mentors teach by example the importance of giving and giving back, of staying in school, and of having respect for family, peers and community.
Businesses that we work with
Black Press Media
Otter Co-op
Volunteer opportunities
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Holiday Gift WrapperWillowbrook Mall, LangleyFlexible schedule
Roles include both front desk volunteers and gift wrapping volunteers
Apply by Nov 30th 202217 / 50 spots filled
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In-school MentoringBig Brothers Big Sisters of Langley, LangleyFlexible schedule
One hour per week can ignite the potential within our youth
Apply by Nov 30th 20220 / 10 spots filled
Stories of our community involvement
We are still needing more than 50 volunteers for our Charity Shopping Night! This 4 hour event is an excellent opportunity to help out your community, gain volunteer hours and network! Proceeds of this event benefit Big Brother Big Sisters of Langley Agency.
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We are still looking for Event Volunteers for the 7th Annual Charity Shopping Night at Willowbrook Shopping Center! Volunteer with us and experience an incredible evening while supporting our Mentoring Movement!
We just posted a new volunteer opportunity! We are looking for Volunteers for the 7th Annual Holiday Glamorama Charity Shopping Night at Willowbrook Shopping Center! The Event takes place on November 19th, 2022, and is after-hours between 7 pm-10pm.
Please note that volunteers must be over 19 to apply.

Our agency is seeking volunteers for our gift wrapping campaign through the month of December!
Learn more + sign up:

Gift Wrapping and Front Desk (customer service) roles are both available and will need plenty of individuals to support us through the holiday season! All proceeds support Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley!

Connect with your staff team, soccer team, band, school friends, etc. and support a good cause while having fun wrapping holiday gifts!
Our agency is seeking volunteers for our upcoming events with our amazing partners at Willowbrook Mall!

As the Willowbrook Mall charity of choice, we have the pleasure of working alongside the Willowbrook team for some incredible fundraisers, with all proceeds benefitting our mentoring programs! Our team hopes to connect with you - our BBBS community, to support these initiatives by providing volunteers for a seamless and successful fundraiser!

Email us to learn more:

Mentoring youth makes a difference

Maintaining connections during the challenging times of COVID-19 isn’t easy. Our friends Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley are working hard to keep relationships between youth and their mentors healthy and strong. The Envision Financial, a division of First West Credit Union and First West Foundation Community Help Fund is donating $500 to help kickstart fundraising efforts to ensure youth are well supported. Join us and donate today.

Tell us about your charity and how the community can help your organization

At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Langley, our mission is to enable life-changing mentoring relationships to ignite the power and potential of young people. Like many community services, we have been forced to think critically about what happens to that mission when we are asked to stay at home, keep our physical distance, and in-person gatherings are cancelled. What happens to the established mentoring relationships and the over 30 children and youth in Langley who were waiting to be matched?

We have learned through this pandemic that Big Brother Big Sister agencies are uniquely positioned to ensure mentors continue to connect with children and youth who need it the most, when they need it most – which is right now. We are one of the few youth-serving organizations that can continue to operate because our matches can connect in many ways.

Our agency has responded to the current crisis by concentrating our efforts in 3 areas:
1. Building Social Connections at a Time of Physical Distancing -- Matches are being empowered to connect virtually across a variety of platforms so that they can continue to build valuable developmental relationships that support mental health, wellness and achievement motivation during these difficult times.

2. Protecting Youth and Community Wellness – We are providing Mentors with the tools and resources to continue to build their relationship with their Mentee virtually and while physically distancing. We are working closely with our schools and community partners to assist with wrap-around services for vulnerable families across our communities, mobilizing resources or making referrals for required assistance.

3. Supporting Learning and Motivation to Achieve – Our Mentors and Mentoring Coordinators are promoting distance learning and school connectedness by engaging Mentees in activities that provide cognitive stimulation and reinforce school habits, curiosity and future planning during school closures.

But we need financial support to ensure we can respond to deepening needs and growing demand for mentorship in our community.

Our team is doing everything we can to ensure our agency can sustain the financial aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Our Monthly Giving Program gives donors the opportunity to contribute to our mentoring programs over time, to help our agency secure our future in the Langley community.

Happy New Year, everyone!
In 2020, we are making it our goal to match even more children with mentors who ignite their potential.

Help us make this possible and be the spark that ignite potential in Langley youth...
#201 - 20538 Fraser Highway
Langley, British Columbia
V3A 4R3
Causes we care about

  • Community and Economic Development

  • Social Services

  • Youth Development

Businesses whose employees volunteer with us