ATLANTA -- Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta has a new home.
The mentoring program will hold a ribbon cutting Thursday at its new 25,000-square-foot facility in Midtown.
"This building called us," BBBSMA president and CEO Janice McKenzie-Crayton said Thursday from the building's mentoring room, where children can meet with their adult mentors after school and on Saturdays. "It's a space that speaks to any age."
McKenzie-Crayton said the decision to move the headquarters from Edgewood Avenue to Peachtree Street will make the program more accessible for children in need, as well as adults who wish to work with them.