oneZero donates to local Big Brothers Big Sisters organization
oneZero continues 10-year anniversary celebration with a $10,000 donation to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands
oneZero Financial Systems, a global leader in financial technology development, donated $10,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands, the local division of BBBS Mass Bay connecting children with mentors to help them thrive.
“We are excited to support our local Big Brothers Big Sisters organization to help families provide their children with transformational relationships with caring adult mentors,” said Andrew Ralich, CEO and co-founder of oneZero Financial Systems. He added, “At oneZero, we believe it’s important to celebrate success by giving back to our community.”
“We would like to thank oneZero for their generous gift to our agency. This donation will help us match even more children from under-resourced families with a positive, caring, adult role model to help them achieve their full potential,” said JR Mell, of Regional Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands.
oneZero chose to support the charity after an employee, who is a big brother, recommended it after seeing first-hand the impact the organization has on the lives of children. In addition to this donation, all oneZero employees will be provided with opportunities to further engage with the organization.
This donation is part of oneZero’s larger corporate responsibility initiative of donating $10,000 to 10 charities over a ten-month period to honor a decade of operations.
About Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cape Cod & the Islands:
BBBS is on a mission to help children in under-resourced families thrive by providing transformational, one-to-one professionally-supported relationships with caring adult mentors. Founded in 1974, and a part of BBBSMB, BBBS is the only volunteer based, one to one, professionally supported mentoring program on the Cape & Islands. BBBS currently serves over 370 kids throughout the Cape & Martha’s Vineyard. For more information please visit: www.CapeBigs.org