Future of Big Brothers Big Sisters Threatened by Proposed National Budget Cuts
EL PASO - Proposed national budget cuts could make it tough for the Big Brothers Big Sisters El Paso agency to survive.
Big Brothers Big Sisters says it could lose up to $1,000,000 over the next two years which would make it impossible to serve high risk children and their families.
Currently 500 children are enrolled in the mentoring program in the El Paso area.
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