Being a Big is a pretty sweet gig! That’s why Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fond du Lac County is excited to partner with CC’s Chocolates as the Big Business of the Month this June. Chocolates, desserts, bakery items, breakfast, lunch—you name it, they make it—all by scratch! Not to mention the wide selection of candy, ice cream, and coffee on hand. Throughout the month of June, CC’s Chocolates will offer a special deal for matches and even host an ice cream social for new mentors.

Matches will get a sweet treat when they stop by CC’s Chocolates any time during June! When a Big purchases a regular ice cream cone or dish, their Little will get a junior dish or cone for free. With over 16 flavors of Scoop’s ice cream available, every match is sure to find the perfect flavor.

Not only is CC’s Chocolates offering a special deal for matches, but they’re also hosting an ice cream social at the end of the month! Community members can visit the café on Friday, June 23 from 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM to learn about being a Big Brother, Sister, Couple, or Family. Anyone who drops by will receive one free scoop of ice cream. You can RSVP ahead of time here so your free scoop of ice cream  can be ready to go!

Head on over to CC’s Chocolates this month to satisfy your sweet tooth and learn about the power of mentoring.

Big Business of the Month is a community partnership program through Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fond du Lac County. Every month, BBBS will partner with a local business making a difference in our community in the hopes of reaching more caring adult mentors in the Fond du Lac County area. Click here to learn more about Big Business of the Month.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Fond du Lac County is a United Way Agency that assists children with social, emotional, and character development through one-to-one mentoring relationships with caring adults. The agency matches children with a Big Brother, Sister, Couple, or Family in a community or school-based program. Children ages 6-13 can enroll in the program through parent or guardian referral. For more information about the program or to volunteer, call (920) 922-8200 or visit