It's not just a donation, it's an investment in a child's future.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. When you donate online or by mail you join our cause and directly support children in your community. No matter how little or big the amount, donating can make a difference in the lives of young people around you.

The Federal Coronavirus Relief Bill grants taxpayers an above-the-line deduction for up to $300 in charitable donations starting in 2020 without itemizing your tax return. 

ONE-TIME GIFT

Do something big. You can have a direct impact on the children in our community. No matter the amount, your gift makes a Big difference in helping to develop more college grads, community leaders, and entrepreneurs.

$100

RECRUITS A BIG FOR A WAITING LITTLE

$250

MAKES THE FIRST MEETING BETWEEN A BIG & LITTLE A SUCCESS WITH PROFESSIONAL MATCH TRAINING

$750

SPONSORS A GROUP OF STUDENTS TO VISIT A COLLEGE OR TOUR A LOCAL BUSINESS

$1500

SUPPORTS A MATCH FOR 1 YEAR WITH PROFESSIONAL COACHING & RESOURCES

MONTHLY GIFT

Be a Match Maker: By making a monthly contribution and joining the Match Maker monthly investment club, you’ll introduce a waiting Little to their Big Brother or Big Sister each and every month—and support matches all year round.

Monthly contributions of $10, $25, $50, or an amount of your choice will be automatically deducted from your debit or credit card each month—hassle free. Plus, we’ll send periodic updates about the friendships you’re creating so that you can see firsthand the Big impact of your gift.

Donor Privacy

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Palm Beach and Martin Counties (BBBSPBMC) will not sell, rent or lease donor information to other organizations. BBBSPBMC may use donor information in the following ways

  • Help donors complete transactions
  • Thank donors for their gifts
  • Update donors about organizational activity
  • Recognize donors
  • Distribute gift receipts or statements
  • Inform donors about upcoming events and fundraisers
  • Analyze internal productivity and effectiveness
  • Report to relevant federal and state agencies
  • Contact donors about changes to this statement

As part of our donor recognition efforts, BBBSPBMC typically does not publicly recognize individual donors by name but may do so for businesses, philanthropic foundations, other organizations, and government entities.