There are few better ways for a charity to gain public awareness than being in the media. To do this, we tell the media our stories on a regular basis, in the form of media releases. We've picked out a selection of them below. Please feel free to share them with friends, family, colleagues and the community!
August 2017 In 2002, disillusioned after many years in management and corporate IT, Richard Aston jumped ship at 50 to take up the reins of a fledgling social agency with the lofty vision of changing fatherless boys’ lives. Back then, Big Buddy was a paper-based social agency with five matches […]Read More
July 2017 When boys’ mentoring charity Big Buddy talks about finding positive male role models for fatherless 7 to 14-year-olds, they’re not asking for saints or sports stars to put their hands up. Although, anyone watching some of the Gallagher Chief’s best-known rugby players and five ‘Little Buddies’ at a […]Read More
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