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Tuesday's Child

WQOW News 18 and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northwestern Wisconsin are working together to improve the lives of children in our community. Check out our Tuesday's Child segments on Live at Five and Daybreak to meet a child waiting for a mentor. From kindergartners to high school students, these kids are simply looking for companionship. Research has shown that children who participate in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program are more likely to improve in school, have better relationships with family and friends, have more self-confidence and are less likely to use drugs or alcohol. By giving just an hour a week, you can help these children live better lives and make your community a better place. 

Tuesday's Child: Meet Ethan

9-year-old Ethan would love to have a Big Brother to hang out with!

Tuesday's Child: Meet Olivia

Olivia is a very talkative, outgoing, and fun 8-year-old! She’s not a child who going to sit back and watch, she likes to get in there and try it herself.

Tuesday's Child: Meet Austin

11-year-old Austin would really like a Big Brother for some one-on-one time and to have someone to talk to and to listen to him!

Tuesday's Child: Meet Aziel

11-year-old Aziel is an outgoing and bubbly kid who enjoys the arts: theater, dance, music, and creating visual art.

Tuesday's Child: Meet Deven

Deven is a 13-year-old with a big sense of humor! He enjoys telling jokes and pulling pranks.

Tuesday's Child: Meet Alijah

7-year-old Alijah is an energetic, talkative, and caring boy who likes to keep busy! There are a lot of things he’d like doing with his Big Brother, including going fishing, swimming, sledding... More>>

Tuesday's Child: Meet Joe

9-year-old Joe is a laidback kid who is always smiling! He is athletic and would like a Big Brother to play sports with such as baseball, soccer, and football.

Tuesday's Child: Meet Austin

Austin would like to participate in the Mentors in Motion Program with a Big Brother because he would like to get out of the house and be active! He’d like to do activities like riding bike, playing football or soccer, fishing... More>>

Tuesday's Child: Meet Gabby

7-year-old Gabby is an only child with a lot of energy who likes to keep busy! She’s not afraid to try new things and enjoys arts and crafts the most.


Tuesday's Child: Meet Noah

Noah is a kind and outgoing 10-year-old who's good at math. He wants a Big Brother to spend some 'guy' time with, doing things like bowling, riding bikes, fishing, and playing board games. He would like More>>

Tuesday's Child: Meet Kagan

Kagan is a 7-year-old boy looking for a Big Brother he can hang out with! He'd love to read and play board games with a Big Brother. He's also hoping to someday, once it warms up, go to the park and go More>>

Tuesday's Child: Meet Emma

11-year-old Emma is the oldest of 6 kids! She's very creative and enjoys singing, drawing, basketball, playing games, sledding, swimming, and anything outside. Emma says she wants a Big Sister who is smart More>>

Tuesday's Child: Meet Dylan

Dylan is a very active 8-year-old looking for a Big Brother to go bike riding, swimming, and play soccer with! Dylan comes from a large family and wants a Big Brother that will give him some one-on-one More>>

Tuesday's Child: Meet Jesse

Jesse is an active and caring 8-year-old who would like to have fun with a Big Brother doing all kinds of active things. He loves to play baseball, hockey, tennis, go bowling, ice skating, rollerblading...he More>>

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