our partners
our partners

At Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay actions speak louder than words. Through our incredible community partners we provide thousands of children in the local area with consistent, loving support, not only empowering them through care and compassion, but fundamentally altering their destiny for success.


American Online Giving Foundation, Inc.
Asbury Automotive Group
Audemars Piguet (North America) Inc.
Bailey Family Foundation
Busch Gardens
Bank of America
Big Brothers Big Sisters of America
Big Brothers Big Sisters Association of Florida, Inc. (The Florida Department of Education, The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice and the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity)
Bloomin’ Brands, Inc.
Brighthouse Financial
Broadrick Family Foundation
Brown & Brown of Florida, Inc.
Carpenter Contractors of America, Inc.
Centene Charitable Foundation
Charity Polo Classic, Inc.
Children’s Board of Hillsborough County*
Children’s Trust of Alachua County*
Cigna Health and Life Insurance Company
Cisco Systems, Inc.
Cohen Family Foundation
Community Foundation of Tampa Bay, Inc.
Connor Family Limited Partnership
Copperhead Charities, Inc.
Enterprise Holdings Foundation
Ernst & Young LLP
Fidelity & Guaranty Business Services, Inc.
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Fidelity Investments
Flowbird Group
Frenchy’s Restaurants
Gasparilla Distance Classic Association, Inc.
GiveWell Community Foundation
Greenberg Traurig Foundation
Hobbs Foundation
Hyundai of New Port Richey
Indian River Merchant Services, LLC
JPMorgan Chase
Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County*
LEMA Construction
Lightning Foundation
Luxury Bath of Tampa Bay
M/I Homes
Mid State Insurance Center, Inc.
National Philanthropic Trust for the UBS Donor Advised Fund
Outback Steakhouse – Corporate
Pin Chasers, Inc.
Pinch A Penny, Inc.
Pinellas Community Foundation
Pinellas County*
Power Design
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
Publix Super Markets Charities, Inc.
Raymond James Financial
Rays & Rowdies Foundation
Regions Bank
RSVP Sumter County
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Suncoast Credit Union Foundation
Sykes Enterprises, Incorporated
Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited
Tampa New Auto Dealers Assoc. Inc.
Tech Data Corporation
The Northern Trust Company
The Spurlino Foundation
Times Publishing Company
Triad Foundation
U.S.A. Ambassador Pageant, LLC
UBS Financial Services, Inc.
Ultimate Medical Academy
United Way of Central Florida
United Way of Pasco County
United Way Suncoast
Valley Bank
Wehr Constructors, Inc.
Wells Fargo Advisors, LLC
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
Wells Fargo Foundation



Audemars Piguet (North America) Inc.
Clear Sky Cafe
Digital Lightbridge
Frenchy’s Restaurants
Hilton Tampa Downtown
Rays Baseball Foundation, Inc.
Times Publishing Company


School-to-Work is a three-way partnership between the local school districts, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay and our corporate and community partners to provide one-on-one mentoring in the workplace for high school juniors and seniors to help improve graduation rates. The students (Littles) visit the workplace of the employees (Bigs) one morning each month during the school year for about four hours. They spend the first hour learning post-graduation skills, then spend one-on-one time with their corporate Bigs through lunch before returning to school.

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Bigs In Blue/Bigs with Badges

Bigs in Blue/Bigs with Badges is a national initiative designed to improve communication and understanding between law enforcement agencies and the communities they serve. Police officers and civilian staff (Bigs) visit an area child (Littles) at their school one hour per week to spend one-on-one mentoring time. The program was launched locally with the Tampa Police Department, where more than 35 officers and personnel are matched with elementary school children in Hillsborough County. Law enforcement agencies also have the option to host a School-to-Work program. For more information, contact Jack Sheppard at 727-420-4338 or JackS@bbbstampabay.org

Big Futures

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay’s Big Futures program serves Alumni Littles up to age 26 and their Mentors with additional support and guidance in helping Littles make educational and career choices. The goal of the Big Futures program is that our Alumni Littles will be enrolled, employed or enlisted after high school so they earn a living wage by age 26 through goal setting and accountability, resources that align with their goals, skill building workshops and special events, and developing community relationships that result in unique education and career opportunities for Mentees. We are building an army of professionals in our community to rally around our youth!

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