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Hiller Companies Announces Partnership with BBBS
On April 4, 2017, Hiller companies, a fire protection product and services company, announced their partnership with BBBS.
“We couldn’t be more excited to launch our relationship with the Big Brother Big Sister program,” Senior
Vice President John Cocke said. “We, at Hiller, value our relationships with our communities, and this is a
perfect way for us to get involved on both a personal and corporate level. We are encouraging the
employees at all of our offices to get involved. With 17 branches across the country, I think we can really
make a difference.”
A number of USA medical students have signed on to become Big Brothers and Big Sisters and are now making headlines. We are so proud to have them as a part of our BBBS family and would encourage any other students who are interested in being involved to let us know. You don't have to be a BIG to make a BIG difference. Click here to read the full story.
We're officially launching our largest annual fundraiser#TheBigWalk17!Register today as an individual or as a team and start collecting your donations to support match relationships. Follow updates on the BBBSSA Facebook!
A BIG thank you to the Floral Committee for inviting us back to ride in the Floral Parade. Our matches had a blast! Also, thank you to Hargrove Engineers + Constructors, United Way of Southwest Alabama and Toomey's for donating Mardi Gras throws for our matches to use. We are already looking forward to next year! Laissez les bon temps rouler!!
Mobile, Alabama- November 17, 2016- The BIG Event held on Thursday, November 17th was a beautiful and elegant event that emotionally connected all parties involved and present, to our mission in many ways. A special thanks to everyone that attended for your contributions to helping us fulfill our mission. The night led with thoughtful videos that demonstrated the positive impact our Bigs and Littles have on one another. Laura Schroff delighted us all with a powerful speech on how meeting Maurice Mayzyck, an 11 year old panhandler on the streets of New York, over 30 years ago has changed her life then and continues to do so today. We also had the pleasure of witnessing our CEO and Big, Aimee and her third little Kameron, a sophmore at The Citadel, who she'd been with now for nine years toast to Laura's speech with cold milk and warm cookies "to purpose and kindness", which concluded our 4th annual BIG Event. It was a remarkably inspiring and heartfelt evening that resonated with the attendees.