WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - The camaraderie between Ron DuCharme and Quincy goes to show anyone, at any age, can be a Big.

"Originally, when I was asked around what age or like what type of person do you want, I said, you know, maybe someone a little younger," Quincy smiled, glancing over at Ron.

"I'll be 58 next month, so..." Ron laughed.

Despite the age difference, Ron and Quincy are a perfect match. They both love basketball, baseball, horses, and fishing.

"Fishing's probably the one that stands out," Ron said. "Because we've been successful both times we've went. We've caught some decent fish. Last Friday we cleaned up pretty good."

Ron and Quincy say mentorship is an important aspect of the program for them..

"Up until I was 13 I was raised by a single mom, " Ron explained. "There were just gaps that I had to fill in on my own, that would've been easier if I'd had a mentor... I think most people want to do something ,want to give back, anyway, and this is a perfect way to do it because you can really make a difference."

And they encourage everyone, young or old, to get involved.

"I think it's something to really get involved with," Quincy said. "Especially if you don't have a male of female figure in your life...if you just get into it and have fun with it...be yourself."

"You will find that if you just sign up and do it, everything falls in place," Ron said. "The program is extremely organized. Their communication is consistent. The whole process is easy and very user friendly. Whether you're 21 or 81, there's a place for you to be a Big!"