MEET OUR 2019 


Our annual agency sponsors are defenders of potential. Yearly, companies have the opportunity to partner with our agency in a larger capacity. These select companies support Big Brothers Big Sisters year-round through event and program support. Through their commitment, we’re igniting potential and inspiring tomorrow’s leaders.  To learn how you can become an agency sponsor, click here.


A Lunch & Learn is a FREE opportunity for you and your coworkers to enjoy a casual lunch at your office while learning about Big Brothers Big Sisters and the many different ways you can get involved! Volunteer opportunities, like the ones offered by BBBS, allow employees to work together to build camaraderie, foster relationships and feel good about giving back to their community. Bonus: This opportunity doesn’t have to take place over the lunch hour! You can schedule a breakfast, snack break, or during an already scheduled meeting for us to come speak to your company. Meeting times can be adjusted but normally last anywhere from 30-60 minutes.

MEET OUR 2018 


At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida, our donors and partners are our allies. Because of our allies, we are able to continue our work of providing through impactful mentoring programs and meaningful relationships that defend and ignite today’s youth to reach their full potential.

Below are donations, $500 and up, from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018 

  • 1010 XL | WJXL-FM
  • Alvin Kennedy
  • Amelia Autoglass and More
  • Anne Sickenger
  • Assessment Technologies Group
  • Aubrey Gibson 
  • Austin Mutual Insurance Company
  • Availity
  • Bank of America
  • BBBS State Association of Florida
  • BBBS America 
  • CBC National Bank 
  • Chardonnay Foundation
  • Citi 
  • City of Jacksonville
  • Cole Brisach
  • Comcast
  • Community First Credit Union
  • CSX Foundation
  • CSX Transportation
  • David Bowers Jr.
  • David A. Stein Charitable Trust
  • David & Steffani Fletcher 
  • Deerwood Rotary Charities, Inc. 
  • Deidre Bearley 
  • Douglas Sovich
  • Duval County Public Schools 
  • Elizabeth Sharpe 
  • First Coast Community Bank
  • First Coast Girls Initiative
  • FIS Foundation
  • Fitzhugh Powell
  • Florida Blue
  • FL. Dept. of Economic Opportunity
  • Florida Department of Juvenile Justice
  • Florida Department of Law Enforcement 
  • Florida State College at Jacksonville 
  • Freedom Boat Club 
  • Gap Foundation
  • Gary & Mary Anne Blackall
  • Gary & Nancy Chartrand Advised Fund
  • Gary Saslaw
  • GE Unison 
  • Georgette Dumont
  • Hamid Barry
  • Hyatt Regency Riverfront Jacksonville  
  • IBM Employee Services Center
  • In River Or Ocean 
  • Jacksonville Fraternal Order of Police Foundation
  • Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation
  • Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce
  • Jacksonville Transportation Authority 
  • Paul Tyler
  • Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce
  • Jacksonville Port Authority
  • Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office 
  • Jamie Yocum
  • Jan Hirabayashi
  • Janet Prushansky
  • Jason Spencer 
  • Jeffrey Pint
  • Jennifer West
  • Jerry Hinton, Sr.
  • Jessie Ball Dupont Fund
  • Joel Schuchmann 
  • John Lind
  • Jonathan Heldenbrand
  • Jonathan Tre 
  • Judy Bradshaw 
  • Karina Moreno
  • Kendra Scott 
  • Kids Hope Alliance 
  • Larrie Beaudry
  • Law Offices of Brett Hastings 
  • LSI 
  • Lucy B. Gooding Charitable Foundation Trust
  • Martha Hunsbarger
  • Mary Hamilton
  • Mary Pat Corrigan
  • Mary Waggoner
  • Medtronic  
  • Michael Sterling
  • Morgan Stanley
  • Nassau County Board of Commissioners
  • Naval Station Mayport 
  • Nonprofit Center of Northeast Florida
  • North Florida Police Motorcycle Inc.
  • Pamela Phillips
  • Paul Parson
  • PGA Tour 
  • PGA Tour Charities, Inc.  
  • Randy Chesak 
  • Rayonier
  • Regis Baldauff
  • Remmer Family Foundation 
  • Rick Dunham 
  • Robert Cole
  • Robert and Margaret Hill Advised Fund
  • Sam Inman
  • Tom & Sara Alford
  • Sam Inman 
  • Schwab Charitable Fund
  • Shacter Family Foundation Inc.
  • Shalisa Francis 
  • Software Anywhere
  • Southern Glazer’s Wine and Spirits
  • Southern Oak Insurance
  • SS&C Technologies
  • St. Peters Episcopal Church
  • StateFarm Insurance 
  • Stephen Pollan
  • Sterling Search & Consulting 
  • Steve & Karen Alford 
  • Steve & Lisa-Mae Armbrust 
  • Synovus Bank
  • Taylor Day, Grimm & Boyd Attorney’s 
  • The Bryan Family Advisors of the Henry and Lucy Gooding Endowment 
  • The Jim Moran Foundation Inc.
  • The Newbern Foundation
  • The Thomas M. & Irene B. Kirbo Foundation
  • The Bozzuto Family
  • Tom & Shirley Huke
  • Thomas King
  • Tina Childers
  • Tina Wirth
  • Tracy Summerlin
  • Truist Credit 
  • United Way of Delaware
  • United Way of Northest Florida
  • United Way Suncoast
  • Wade Grymes
  • WalMart
  • Wells Fargo Foundation
  • WestRock 

If you would like to learn more about becoming a partner, please contact Megan Ortega, Director of Fund Development, at Your partnership will change the life of a child and support the growth of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Florida.


Defenders of Potential


Your financial support helps us provide programs to children in our local community who need it the most! Your donation helps us develop more college grads, community leaders, and entrepreneurs.


Interested in becoming a Big Brother or Big Sister? It’s a life-changing experience that gives the gift of friendship that will last a lifetime. Through one-to-one mentoring, lives are changing everyday. 


Our work wouldn’t be possible without the support of our generous partners. By committing to a partnership, your contributions foster long-term mentoring relationships and academic support for at-risk children. 

Contact Us

Feel free to give us a call during office hours, or send us a message using our contact form. We aim to respond to all queries from our site within 24 hours.



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Jacksonville, Florida 32202 


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F: 904.727.9994 


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