Ezel

Ezel

Ezel

Ezel is an energetic 6-year-old who attends Camp Verde Elementary School.

He lives with his Mom, sister, and has Grandma near by. He has a strong family, but he lacks any significant time with an adult Man.

The women in his life can help him grow to be a good person, but who is going to teach this young boy how to be a good Man? Who will teach him the traditions in life that matter? Who will be his role model?

Ezel is a fantastic kid with a lot of interests. Like most children his age, he like sports, playing in the snow, going to movies, hiking and bowling.

Certainly he enjoys riding his quad, but lacks a suitable friend to accompany him.

He really is enthusiastic about swimming and boxing. In fact, he said that if a retired boxer was looking for a friend, Ezel might be his best friend.

Ezel wants a Big Brother to help him experience new things, like playing musical instruments, riding horses or working with animals on a farm- as well as just being a good friend; someone to hang out with, someone to talk to about "sports, bugs, and other guy stuff" his Mom doesn't like to discuss.

Mom wants Ezel to have a Big because he needs a male influence, someone to help him understand how to deal with all things particular to men - "he's surrounded by women, he could use a man's perspective."

He needs someone to help him want to choose the right path in life.

Ezel is one, of dozens of children in the Verde Valley and Sedona who are waiting for a Big Brother, Big Sister, Big Couple, or Big Family. You don't have to change your life to change his. In as little as four hours a month, you can do more than just make a difference, you can be the difference that matters most in the life of this child.

The choice is yours.

Please find out if YBBBS has a program that is right for you by calling 928-634-9789.

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