Big Brothers/Big Sisters looking for help

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Big Brothers/Big Sisters looking for help

The Austin Area chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters is in dire need of more volunteers. The Mentoring agency's Christina Snell says they have about 500 kids, mostly boys, on a waitlist for a big brother. 

Snell says their program serves at-risk children as in kids in single-parent families, have a family member in jail, or are in a family living at or below the poverty line, and your time could help these kids realize their own potential.

(Photo: Shutterstock By wavebreakmedia)

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