Reading boy wants to find his brother

Meet Little Brother Jaime in October of this month.

Jaime is 10 years old from Reading and wants to succeed when she grows up. He will greatly benefit from having a positive and extroverted role model in his life to stand with him to protect his potential.

Jaime enjoys outdoor activities and sports.


Jaime is looking for someone to spend one-on-one with him. He wants someone to encourage his interest and inspire his potential. Someone he trusts and trusts. Someone he will hear when he wants to talk. Are you that someone?


Together, we are advocates of potential. Are you ready to stand with us and defend the potential of LB Jaime or our waiting Little Brothers and Little Sisters? Big Brothers Big Sisters has been providing quality-focused mentoring programs to young people in Berks County in the face of adversity for over 50 years. We do not create possibilities because every child has it. Our staff and volunteers are there to ignite their potential and empower our Little to reach that potential.

From 12 hours a year (as COUL Big) to an average of 8-10 hours a month (as 1: 1 Big), it can make a difference in your child’s life.

Big Brother or Big Sister qualifications are 19 years of age or older, resident in Burks County, have a valid driver’s license, have a good driving history and car insurance that meets current liability standards, and are competent. This includes being employed and financially self-sufficient. Or you are a full-time college student and willing to complete the entire application process.

Bigs’ activities at Littles include hiking, cooking, gardening, sports, movies, cycling, shopping and day trips. The possibilities are endless! You don’t have to spend money. The value lies in the time spent playing, working and talking together.

If you have any questions about volunteering in any of our many programs, please call Big Brothers Big Sisters in Berks County at 610-373-5544. For more information, please visit

Reading boy wants to find his brother

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