Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado has announced their recent appointment of four new board members.
BBBS welcomes Caren Truske, owner and founder of Wisdom Way Living and Learning; Geno Trujillo, owner and general manager of TruWest Auto; Charles Peterson, financial advisor of Durango Wealth Management, LLC; and Chris Griffith, branch manager of Credit Union of Colorado.
All four new board members were drawn to work with BBBS for different reasons but share a common passion for BBBS’ mission and work. They understand the importance of a positive role model in a young person’s life. The mentors at BBBS change the lives of children for the better, forever.
BBBS provides one-to-one mentors for children facing adversity in their personal, social, and academic lives. BBBS provides a 100% free service to at-risk children who can benefit from a relationship with an adult mentor during their formative years.
For more information, visit www.bbig.org, email Executive Director Paul Plvan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 764-0288.