Jack in the Box “Toasts” Holidays with Fundraiser Benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters
Sale of Toasty Jack ornament raises money and awareness for youth-mentoring organization
This year, the classic Jack adornment sports a cheerful smile and a snow cap with flaps that will keep it warm and cozy, even on the coldest winter day. Toasty Jack is pre-drilled on the bottom and fashioned with a braided loop on top, offering flexibility for display on a vehicle antenna or holiday tree. Toasty Jack is available with either a red or green hat.
This is the sixth year that
Funds raised from this year’s promotion will support a variety of Big
Brothers Big Sisters’ programs, including military mentoring, which
serves children from military families with parents deployed overseas.
“Jack in the Box has been a long-time friend, corporate role model,
supporter and partner -- a company committed to providing resources for
our one-to-one staff-supported volunteer mentoring services,” said Big
Brothers Big Sisters of
[Note to media: Visit the online press room at jackinthebox.com for a high-res image of the Toasty Jack ornament.]
About Big Brothers Big Sisters
For more than 100 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has operated under the belief that inherent in every child is the ability to succeed and thrive in life. As the nation’s largest donor and volunteer supported mentoring network, Big Brothers Big Sisters’ mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported one-to-one relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.
Partnering with parents/guardians, school, corporations and others in
the community, Big Brothers Big Sisters carefully pairs children
(“Littles”) with screened volunteer mentors (“Bigs”) and monitors and
supports them in one-to-one mentoring matches throughout their course.
The organization holds itself accountable for children in the program to
achieve measurable outcomes, such as higher aspirations; greater
confidence and better relationships; educational success; and avoidance
of delinquency and other risky behaviors. Most children served by Big
Brothers Big Sisters are in single-parent and low-income families or
households where a parent is incarcerated. Headquartered in
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