REAL kids. REAL mentors.
REAL impact. REAL change.

We need more mentors... Like YOU.


We Care About Kids.

Boys & Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters (BGCBigs) is committed to the healthy development of all children.

We provide a diverse array of mentoring and after school programs to meet the needs of our community’s children and youth so they have the tools and supports they need to be successful in school and in life.

What’s Happening

Get the latest news on BGCBigs in our community, at our clubs and new opportunities.

In the Community

Support our Community-based mentors and mentees by becoming a BGCBigs Partner. Fill out the form at the bottom of the page and leave us your details.

The BGCBigs team wants to meet you! Come visit us at the following events this fall/winter and learn all about our volunteer mentoring opportunities! Catch us at:

  • Thursday, December 7: Green For Good Market - Students' Union Building (University of Alberta)
At Our Clubs

Our regular club programming is back for the school year!

Learn more about Community Clubs for young people age 6-17. Become a Club member today!

Volunteer Opportunities

Real mentors can make a real change in the lives of children and youth. By becoming a volunteer mentor today, you can be part of real change for tomorrow. Learn more by signing up for one of our Virtual Open Houses today! 


Our Impact

Boys and Girls Clubs Big Brothers Big Sisters (BGCBigs) is a community-supported organization committed to the healthy development of children, youth, and their families by providing safe places, positive relationships, services, and opportunities to develop personal strengths and interpersonal skills that enhance their long-term success in life.

BCGBigs Mentoring and After-School programs seek to support vulnerable children and youth challenged by the impacts of poverty. The organization also works in partnership with other community organizations to develop and deliver programs geared to specific populations, such as the immigrant and refugee community, the Indigenous community, and other vulnerable groups (e.g. LGBTQ youth).

Special Thanks