The magazine’s survey ranked nonprofits based on how the agency treats its employees and how it communicates as an agency internally and externally.
BBBS of Lane County recently moved to Centennial Loop and says the move has allowed it to better welcome youth and mentors.
BBBS ranked as the top Eugene nonprofit in its category, out of 350 nonprofits statewide. It’s now in seven school districts and more than 20 schools as a part of its school based mentoring program.
“We collaborate in our decision making and we make sure that every voice counts and that serves as a role model. We are a mentoring agency and everything starts within and that is how we establish all of our relationships,” said BBBS CEO Sari Pascoe.
BBBS says there is always a need for more mentors, while as the waiting list for those needing a match grows. To sign up to be a big brother or sister, click here.