Bigs With Badges Program Coming To Mobile

Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Alabama (BBBS) has announced that the nationally recognized program “Bigs with Badges” will soon be starting in Mobile. Bigs with Badges works to create an intentional partnership with BBBS and local agencies to help build bridges and strengthen relationships between first responders and the communities they serve. “Several of our first responders already work with young people, and many are already Bigs themselves,” Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson said. “This enhanced partnership with BBBS of South Alabama will help maximize their impact on our local youth and get more first responders involved. We appreciate everything the BBBS team does in the community, and we are also very excited to embark on a new partnership with them.”

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