Big Brothers Big Sisters is excited to announce Stone Oak Coffee Haus as the inaugural Big Business of the Month! Stone Oak Coffee Haus prides themselves on being different—slowing down and reconnecting—the perfect environment for a match to share a cup and get to know each other. Throughout the month of April, Stone Oak Coffee Haus will host an activity for matches, celebrate National Volunteer Week with Bigs, and teach customers all about what it means to be a mentor.
Stone Oak Coffee Haus is extending their hours on Thursday, April 13 to host a board game night just for matches. BBBS staff will be on hand with a variety of board games as Bigs and Littles in the program take each other on one-on-one or face off against another match.
Not only is Stone Oak Coffee Haus hosting a special game night for matches, but they’re also offering Littles a free hot chocolate with cocoa powder and whipped topping when their Big makes any purchase during the month of April. Yum!
Community members who stop by the coffee shop on Friday, April 14 from 8:00am-10:00am will be able to meet with a BBBS staff member to learn more about the program. Whether it’s mentoring, event help, or donating, there’s a way for everyone to get involved.
Stone Oak Coffee Haus will close out their time as Big Business of the Month by celebrating Bigs during National Volunteer Week. Any Big who visits Stone Oak Coffee Haus during National Volunteer Week April 16-22 will receive a free drink of their choice when they show their Big Benefits Card!
Big Business of the Month is a new 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 www.bbbsfdl.org.