Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters announced that, for the first time in its 54-year history, it will host its annual gala virtually on Thursday, Dec. 10 at 7 p.m.
Called the 2020 Challenge, the night will feature appearances by “The Voice” winner Javier Colon, Fox 61 anchor Tim Lammers and Gov. Ned Lamont.
A native of Stratford and the winner of the first season of NBC’s “The Voice,” Colon will entertain the virtual audience with his rendition of a song that has topped the charts in multiple decades.
Ryan Matthews, Director of Programs at Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters, said, “With a lineup like Javier Colon, Governor Lamont and Tim Lammers, our 2020 Challenge certainly has an abundance of star power. Yet, I like to think the real stars of the evening are the ‘Bigs’ (adult mentors) and ‘Littles’ (children being mentored), who event attendees will meet and get to know during the course of the evening.”
For more information on the Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters 2020 Challenge, or for registration and sponsorship details, visit betterunite.com/nutmegbigbrothersbigsisters-2020challenge, or contact Mariah Nolan: email@example.com, 781-844-6993.
Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters is an affiliate of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, the 116-year-old national youth mentoring organization. Based in Hartford, Nutmeg offers its life-changing programs to at-risk children in 132 of Connecticut’s 169 municipalities. Learn more about Nutmeg Big Brothers Big Sisters by visiting nbbbs.org.