BBBSLI Raises More Than $100,000 at 22nd Annual Golf Tournament

On Monday, June 4th, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island (BBBSLI) hosted their 22nd Annual Golf Tournament at The Muttontown Club in East Norwich, NY. This year’s tournament was presented by FatGuy Media and TCI Technologies, and honored Thomas Jacoberger. The event brought together 100 golfers and raised more than $100,000 in support of…

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BBBSLI Holds First Career & College Information Night

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island (BBBSLI) was thrilled to host its first Career and College Information Night presented by National Recruiting Group and Starbucks. The event, held at BBBSLI’s Westbury office, was a perfect complement to the agency’s Healthy Littles Series, which focuses on preparing Littles for the next step in their lives.…

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Timothy M. Foley Appointed to BBBSLI Board of Directors

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island (BBBSLI) has announced the appointment of Timothy M. Foley to its Board of Directors. Mr. Foley is a Senior Vice President and Senior Client Manager at Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Global Commercial Bank, providing financial services to companies in the NY Metro area.  He has been actively…

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BBBSLI Hosts Annual Comedy Night in Support of Mentoring on LI

On Wednesday, February 28th, nearly 200 people packed Governor’s Comedy Club in Levittown to attend Big Brothers Big Sisters of Long Island’s (BBBSLI) annual Comedy Night, presented by VICOM Computer Services. The show included performances by five talented comedians who had guests laughing the entire night. “Thank you to our 2018 Comedy Night Presenting Sponsor,…

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Long Island Pulse Magazine Profile on BBBSLI CEO, Mark Cox

– “An Investment in Tomorrow- Mentoring the Next Generation” Long Island Pulse Magazine by Andrew Sheldon Raising money for an already prevalent cause, like autism or breast cancer, is difficult enough. Raising money to prevent problems before they arise is a whole other challenge. “It’s like investing in your 401k,” said Mark Cox, CEO of…

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