7 AugAdam Roseman, Big Brothers/Big Sisters
Back in 2006 Big Brothers, Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles and the Inland Empire, on whose Board of Trustees Adam Roseman sits, produced a short but beautiful public service announcement to promote to the public the simplicity but importance of being a big brother.
The PSA shows a boy, about 12 years old, and a man, throwing pebbles and small rocks into a lake while the sun is setting. Word appears on top of the scene which says “When you are a mentor, you can go to a movie, or to the library or to a museum. But sometimes the most important thing you can do is not much at all. Be a friend, be a mentor. Just be there.”