BBBS: Providing Social Support, Changing Lives
Jan Glick, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh
Posted Feb 12, 2019
After only one year, kids involved in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program reported a 66% percent higher feeling of social support. 250 Pittsburgh-area children are waiting for a big brother or sister to step up and help change their lives for the better. Host Sheila Hyland talks with Jan Glick, CEO, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh. Recorded at “From Slavery to Freedom” exhibit at the Heinz History Center in Pittsburgh. BBBSPGH.ORG
Hosted by: Sheila Hyland Produced by: Keystone Newsmakers Team

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