Child of the Week: Reese

Reese-Cecil-(Cropped)Yavapai Big Brothers Big Sisters gives an adult mentor the opportunity to change a child’s life Fundamentally, For the better, Forever. That special friendship stays with the child beyond the match, and research even shows that boys the ages of 14-17 matched to a Big Brother have a 52% better chance of not being arrested. If your friendship meant saving a boy’s life, would you be that friend?

Meet Reese, a family-oriented ten year old with a passion for sports, cars, and music. He lives with his mother, brother, and extended family, but only gets to see his father a few times a year because he lives in California. Reese, a child of many interests, enjoys playing soccer, baseball, violin, guitar, and drums.

When Reese grows up he would like to become a certified mechanic and resolve people’s automotive issues. One goal which he would like to accomplish academically is to receive all A’s on his report card. Reese wants his Big Brother to take him swimming, camping, skateboarding, hiking, and fishing. Along with

For only 8 hours a month, you can be the male role model to a child like Reese. If you are interested in becoming a Big please call 928-778-5135, visit us at, or ‘Friend’ us on Facebook.

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