Located at 50 S. French Broad Ave., Room 213, in the United Way building. The organization matches children from single-parent homes with adult mentors. Info: www.bbbswnc.org or 253-1470.
Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking for men and women to be a Big to a young person from a single-parent family, age 6-14. Activities are free or low-cost, such as sports, local attractions, etc. Mentors are also needed for one hour a week in schools and after-school sites in the fall. Information sessions will be held May 28, June 11 and June 26 at noon.