Big Brothers Big Sisters in dire financial need

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Big Brothers Big Sisters in dire financial need

Revenues from grants, special events and donations in decline
Priscilla Cabanez, 7, paints Haley Porter’s face in 2017 at Florida Mesa Elementary School. Porter was mentoring Priscilla as part of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado, which is searching for more secure funding sources.

Big Brothers Big Sisters in dire financial need

Priscilla Cabanez, 7, paints Haley Porter’s face in 2017 at Florida Mesa Elementary School. Porter was mentoring Priscilla as part of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado, which is searching for more secure funding sources.
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To donate to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado, visit www.bbig.org. People who donate can receive a tax deduction of 50 cents on every $1 they give.

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