Well, this is interesting.

Dan Coats

"He received the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America's Charles G. Berwind Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012.[50]"

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dan_Coats

Big Brothers Big Sisters of America

1951 Big Brothers of the Year Program begins, Associate Justice Tom Clark of the U.S. Supreme Court and J. Edgar Hoover are named

1952 Ernest Coulter dies

1958 Big Brothers Association is chartered by Congress

1969 Big Brothers Association grows to 150 affiliated agencies

1970 Big Sisters International is incorporated

1971 Big Brothers Association reports 208 affiliates

1977 Big Sisters International and Big Brothers Association merge, forming Big Brothers Big Sisters of America with 357 agencies, mostly independent agencies with their own nonprofit status and governing board

1984 Big Brothers Big Sisters of America occupies its new headquarters at 230 North 13th Street in Philadelphia

1985 Big Brothers Big Sisters of America is honored with a commemorative stamp by the Postmaster General

1989 Public/Private Ventures begins study to gauge impact on youth of having a Big Brother or Sister

1995 Public/Private Ventures Study[2] research shows measurable, positive results on youth who have a Big Brother or Sister—seminal research in the field of youth mentoring

>>1997 President Bill Clinton holds Volunteer Summit in Philadelphia; Big Brothers Big Sisters plays key role

1998 Big Brothers Big Sisters International is founded

1999 Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Columbus and Franklin County (Ohio) partners with Bank One, NA to create the Bank One Academy. This program becomes the model for corporate mentoring for high school age participants

>>2000 Big Brothers Big Sisters in Schools becomes a core program. Agreements with schools and volunteer-rich organizations such as churches, colleges, employers, and fraternities are emphasized. The Amachi Big Brothers Big Sisters program which matches children of prisoners with church congregants is piloted.

2001 The slogan "Little Moments, Big Magic" is introduced

2002 The Service Delivery System, consistent approach for providing services to children at all agencies is created to increase Big Brothers Big Sisters’ ability to offer quality services to greater numbers of youth

2003 President George W. Bush announces three-year $450 million mentoring initiative in his State of the Union Address

2004 Founding agency Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City celebrates centennial anniversary.

2006 First Lady Laura Bush stars in a public service announcement to recruit volunteers across the nation

2007 Glamour Reel Moments was donating $1 each time someone downloads the title track (Up to $10,000)[3]

2013 Big Brothers Big Sisters moves its national office from Philadelphia to Irving, Texas.

2015 Big Brothers Big Sisters announced the relocation of its headquarters from Irving to Tampa, Florida.[4][5]

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Brothers_Big_Sisters_of_America

Amachi (organization)

Amachi is an organization that partners with Big Brothers Big Sisters to provide mentors to children of prisoners. It is widely recognized as the nation's premier mentoring program for children of prisoners. John DiIulio, former director of the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives devised the idea behind Amachi. Former Philadelphia mayor Wilson Goode directs the Amachi program.[1] Amachi currently operates 210 mentoring programs in 48 states.[2] Senator Hillary Clinton was chair of the Advisory Group of the Amachi project in Brooklyn, New York[3]

- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amachi_(organization)