Our professionally supported, one-to-one mentoring relationships support the social and emotional development needed for the youth we serve to build resilience, mental health, and well-being. Bigs and Littles meet weekly for activities that might include working on homework, attending a sporting event, taking a hike or walk, cooking a healthy meal, doing a science experiment, and so much more. The essential activity is quality, uninterrupted time between a reliable, caring mentor and a child in need of additional adult support.