"Let us rebuild and strengthen
the foundation for future innovators of the world."
STRENGTHENING THE COMMUNITY
95% of B2M participants graduate from High School.
80% of those graduates go onto college, technical school or US military
90% of those graduates secure managerial employment positions or start their own businesses
Our mission is to empower vulnerable black males & females to become the best and fullest expression of themselves through tailored youth development programs and nurturing partnerships.
Your gift today can help change a child’s future.
YOUR DONATIONS AT WORK
$500 donation would fund a student in B2M program for a year
$1500 donation would fund up to three scholarships that are provided to B2M students for college readiness
$2500 donation would fund transportation that will be used to reach more students and provide access to our training programs
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
B2M & G2W PROMO VIDEO
While providing a safe-haven and programs designed to teach life skills is the objective, youth will be mentored and loved where they are. Activities fundamental to life and daily living skills will be a mainstay while encouraging parents and caregivers to participate. There will be educational programs, including GED preparation, cultural and diversity awareness, health education, faith-based studies, mentoring, internship programs, drug treatment prevention, family counseling, and more.
While we reinforce the essentials of education, we empower the pacesetters of our future!
OUR PLATINUM PARTNERS
I currently live in a small neighborhood called Reynolds Town. In that community there is a community center called Lang Carson. Although this center once played an important role
I just wanted to take some time out to let you know my experiences and thoughts on your
Boys2Men program. This program helped me in so many ways, and I am forever grateful!
Many people wonder if mentoring is designed just for a troubled adolescent. If you are one that is considering, or is unsure of the positive transition to adulthood a mentoring relationship can cause