Stories: Event Participant

the greater interest gic is back!

Canadian Western Bank will once again be offering The Greater Interest GIC in support of Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver this Fall. For every dollar invested from September 3rd to October 31st, CWB will make a corporate donation to help facilitate youth mentoring. + More
Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver would like to take the time to recognize Blakes’ long term support with our organization. This year Blakes was named “Law Firm of the Year: Canada” by Chambers and Partners. + More

Steve and chris - champion big and little brothers

Tags: Featured Stories, Big Brother, Event Participant
As the champions for Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver's participation in the Scotiabank Half Marathon and 5K, Steve and Chris take their roles very seriously.  Matched five years ago in the Big Brothers program, they are passionate about friendship and the opportunities Big Brothers offers.  Eager to express that passion to the Lower Mainland and raise money at the same time, they are both taking part in the event and encourage everyone else who supports friendship to do the same. + More
Anticipation is high as the bowling ball rolls down the lane. It makes contact, pins scatter and the crowd erupts... it's a strike! + More
A lot of companies bowl for Big Brothers. about 450 to be exact. But how many plan a full concert complete with entertainment, draws and comedy to support their fundraising and awareness efforts? + More
As regular participants in The Bowl for Big Brothers Classic, ataff at the Surrey location of Investors Group have raised a staggering $54,770 in their four years of involvement ... + More
The students of New Westminster Secondary School's music class are excited about their upcoming band trip which was surprisingly funded through a simple clothing drive. + More
North Vancouver resident Sherry Klassen skips out of work to go to school for one hour every week. During one recent school visit, she played on the spinning tornado until she was dizzy and hung upside down like a monkey from the monkey bars. + More