Big Brother Big Sister
* Evaluate the organization’s involvement and responsibility to the community.
1. For more than 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life.
2. Direct and lasting effect on the lives of young people.
3. Big Brothers Big Sisters targets the children who need them most.
4. A focus on communities facing adversity.
* Big Brothers Big Sisters seeks to change the lives of children facing adversity between 6 and 18 years of age. Our network of volunteers, donors and supporters comes from all walks of life, all backgrounds, all corners of the country.
* Summarize what factors have influenced the social responsibility strategies of the
1. Child Abuse
2. Child Violence
* It all started in 1904, when a young New York City court clerk named Ernest Coulter was seeing more and more boys come through his courtroom. He recognized that caring adults could help many of these kids stay out of trouble, and he set out to find volunteers. That marked the beginning of the Big Brothers movement.
* Does the organization have a social initiative? If so, what is it? If not, identify a social initiative for the organization.
* Big Brother Big Sister is always known as making a positive impact on children and empowering them to succeed.
* What are the potential ethical or moral effects of the organization’s social initiative or potential social initiative?
* Promote the Welfare and Safety of the Young Person.
* Be Trustworthy and Responsible.
* Act with Integrity.
* Promote Justice for Young People.
* Respect the Young Person's Rights and Dignity.