Brother's Brother Foundation
Since its founding in 1958, BBF has donated over $960 million dollars worth of needed resources, weighing over 66,000 tons to more than 40 million people in over 110 countries on five continents.
Over half of this total has been distributed since 1995. The value of shipments for the year 2001 alone is $80 million and fit into 157 tractor trailers.
BBF is recognized today as one of the most cost efficient relief foundations in the U.S.
For more information, or to contact Brother's Brother Foundation, see their website at: www.brothersbrother.org
» Recent News
Brother's Brother Foundation And Liberian Community Association Of Greater Pittsburgh Make Joint Appeal For War Torn Liberia
07 Jul 03 | Brother's Brother Foundation and the Liberian Community Association of Pittsburgh, PA are requesting funds to send requested medical and educational supplies to war torn Liberia in West Africa.
Brotherís Brother And Cotton Tree Association Of Pittsburgh Send Educational Supplies Worth Close To $300,000 To Sierra Leone
30 Jun 03 | Brother's Brother Foundation and Cotton Tree Association of Pittsburgh, PA are sending close to $300, 000 of donated text books and educational supplies on Tuesday, July 1, 2003 at 1:30 p.m. to Sierra Leone in Africa.
Brotherís Brother Foundation Ships Two Trailers Of Requested Donations To Guatemala On Thursday
24 Jun 03 | Local representatives and the staff of Songs of Joy Orphanage in San Jacinto in Guatemala will be assisting BBF staff with the loading of the trailers. Songs of Joy director Robert Rose will be available to speak to the press on Thursday morning.
Ambassador from Argentina Presents Award
02 Apr 03 | Ambassador to the United States from Argentina, Eduardo P. Amadeo, presented the "Orden del Libertador San Martin" to Brother's Brother Foundation President Luke L. Hingson on April 4, 2003.
Brother's Brother Foundation Announces 2002 Year-End Totals
10 Mar 03 | 2002 was a record year for the Brother's Brother Foundation with $170 million sent in product donations to 34 countries. This $170 million total is twice year 2001 totals.