Aug. 25, 2020
Permian Basin Gives is a special day of giving to help area nonprofits facing record requests for assistance.
THANK YOU, PERMIAN BASIN! Because of you, we will be able to help encourage more children. You stepped up and donated more than $15,000 (including our matching grant from an anonymous donor) to help us continue to provide services. Overall, Permian Basin residents donated more than $1.5 million to charities throughout the area. In this economy, that's absolutely AMAZING!!!! Once again, you've proved why it's best to live right here.
Big Brothers and Big Sisters
help children reach their potential and grow into productive, contributing members of our communities. If you’d like to make this happen, click here to see how you can partner with Big Brothers Big Sisters to make the Permian Basin stronger and better.
Little Brothers and Little Sisters come from all kinds of backgrounds across a range of ages. What do they all have in common? They need the friendship and guidance of someone like YOU.
Big Brothers Big Sisters receives 75% of our funding from private donations. Support from individuals like you is vital to provide mentors for Permian Basin youth.
When people think of mentoring, they think of Big Brothers Big Sisters. That’s because for more than 100 years we’ve worked to develop a youth mentoring program that works.
Bowl For Kids' Sake has been cancelled for 2020, but a new sheriff will be back in town for 2021.
Wildcatters Ball called the "best party in Midland"
Under restrictions currently in place by the State of Texas, we have been forced to cancel Wildcatters 2020, but we look forward to seeing everyone next year.
Big Brothers Big Sisters opens Odessa Office
Big Brothers Big Sisters has officially opened its Ector County office in Odessa, partnering with ECISD to provide a school-based program at Blackshear Elementary. Volunteers will be asked to spend 45 min. once a week with a child during the school day at Blackshear. Volunteers are currently being sought.