Thank you, W Law!

The In School Mentoring program provides children and youth in elementary school with a role model, a friend to talk with and someone to share the experiences of growing up.

Kim Osemlak is an Associate at W Law and Board Member of Big Brothers Big Sisters Saskatoon. Kim first became involved with the organization as a Big Sister in 2013. After several years as a Big Sister, she shifted to a position on the Board of Directors. Kim has had a lot of mentors in her life, from curling and soccer coaches during childhood to professionals who have supported her through undergraduate studies and law school.

From these experiences, she recognized the value of Big Brothers Big Sisters’ work in facilitating mentoring relationships for young persons. Kim is pleased to be able to apply her professional skills in support of the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization.

The worldwide proclaimed COVID-19 pandemic forced a critical response from Big Brothers Big Sisters’ staff and volunteers in regards to limitation of the schools that engage in our In School Mentoring program.

Your company can be like the W Law Group and support our In School Mentoring program too! Click here to send us an e-mail inquiring about how you can get involved.

W Law believes that supporting young persons means investing in our community’s future. In these challenging times, mentorship for young people is more crucial than ever before. Supporting social causes in Saskatchewan communities is one of W Law’s core values and we are pleased at the opportunity to contribute to BBBS Saskatoon’s Adopt a School – In School Mentoring Program Initiative.

Kimberly Osemlak, Associate

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