The "BIG" Bid

Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Simcoe
August 2020
09:00 AM EDT
August 2020
09:00 PM EDT
GOAL $5,000.00
126.2% REACHED!

About Our Auction

Welcome to "The 'BIG' Bid" Online Auction in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Simcoe -- This event is proudly presented by our Auctioneer Sponsors, "Canadian Tire Midland" & "Servicemaster of Midland/Orillia" and our Gavel Sponsors, " Todd Lalonde Desjardins Insurance Agents" & "Guys Who Care North Simcoe" !

Here you will find fantastic local items and services, that are available to #bid on from Saturday, August 15th at 9:00AM to Saturday, August 22nd at 9:00PM ! All items have been generously donated by local businesses and artists in the North Simcoe Community #BiggerTogether

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Simcoe (BBBSNS) has been working hard to provide young people and their families with continued access to their mentors. As we aim to ensure that the immediate social and mental health needs of young people in our communities are addressed, we continue to make new matches and monitor existing friendships remotely.

Your support of this online auction will allow us to re-imagine, develop, continue growing, and provide this vital programming as we enter our new normal. Be the difference, make your mark in this auction and for more ways to support our agency visit !

About Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Simcoe

Big Brothers Big Sisters of North Simcoe has served young people between the ages of 6-18 through individual and group based mentoring across Midland, Penetanguishene, Christian Islands, Tiny,Tay, & Springwater Townships for over 40 years.

All young people realize their full potential

Enable life-changing mentoring relationships to ignite the power and potential of young people

Many young people struggle with societal barriers and face adversities in their lives. Facing prolonged adversity creates toxic stress in the brain that can negatively impact development. With the support of a mentor, these risks can be reduced or even avoided, and young peoplecan reach their full potential.

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