Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada has once again partnered with Invesco Canada and E.W. Scripps Company to promote academic excellence - and this year, the regional spelling bees have been expanded to include Central Ontario, Greater Vancouver, Nova Scotia and the Maritimes.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada (BBBSC) is seeking a Director, Communications & Marketing. This person will report to the President & CEO and work closely with BBBSC’s leadership team to create and execute comprehensive communications strategies and campaigns which advance BBBSC’s leadership and mission; strengthen BBBSC’s brand; powerfully demonstrate the impact of our programs; and advance philanthropy in support of BBBSC’s mission.
Debuting in 1973, Bowl for Kids Sake season will shortly be kicking off it's 43rd year this February. Join people like yourself and get together with friends, family, and co-workers in your local communities to bowl in support of the many Big Brothers Big Sisters mentoring programs.
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