Big Brothers Big Sisters has been paying close attention to the global outbreak of the coronavirus, COVID-19.

In light of the recent decisions of provincial and local authorities around COVID-19, we are extending the closure of our offices, on-site programs, and drop in activities until May 4th, inclusive. We continue to monitor the situation and follow the advice of KFL&A Public Health and the City of Kingston. Updates and additional information regarding our operations will be continuously shared in our social media accounts.

The well-being of the children, youth, and families we serve, as well as of staff and volunteers at our agency locations is our top priority. We understand the significant impact this decision has on families, students, and schools as well as on the broader community. We continue to support the children, families, and mentors we serve through a range of online interactive activities and communications.

Thank you for your understanding as we navigate this difficult time together. We need to stand together and remain connected, even while apart. WE ARE #BIGGERTOGETHER.

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