Our Local Legacy

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington, DC, was formed in 1995 and is a 501(c )(3) organization focusing on African-American youth.  We aim to make a difference in the lives of young people through our signature programs of mentoring, education, economic empowerment, health & wellness, and leadership development.

100 Black Men has Impacted

10,000

Young people in the DC area

Together We Can Beat Any Challenge

The 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC has positively impacted the lives of more than 60,000 young black men, women and their families.

As part of our 20-for-20 campaign we are spotlighting some of our exceptional students in a series of videos.  Jaylen Turner is an exceptional student, and an even more impressive young man. 100 Black Men has supported Jaylen in his battle with cancer. Together we can beat any challenge.

How We Create Results

  • Every year, 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC services youth from all walks of life, showing them what it means to be successful, to believe in themelves, and to reach for the highest levels of their personal potential.  Our group of professional Black men care deeply about the advancement of these students, and we fearlessly and proudly do the work to help them go further, reach higher, and do more.  To continue our efforts, we humbly ask your participation in the form of a donation to strengthen the community, and further the cause.  Our youth depend on it. Donations given here will help our operations and organization.  These things support the infrastructure of the 100 of Greater Washington DC, and help us deliver on our goals of empowering youth to reach for the sky.
    Donated: $1,025.00
  • Saturday Leadership Academy is one of the core ways the 100 Black Men of Greater Washington DC impacts youth across the area. On saturday twice each month, we instill strong leadership values and life skills into our young men and women.
    Donation: $50.00 / $20,000.00
  • Our signature health education program is the annual Tommie Smith Youth Track Meet, where young people from around the area compete in an open invitational competition lead by 1968 Olympian Tommie Smith. This event is also combined with a health fair that provides free screenings to participants and their parents.
    Donation: $0.00 / $45,000.00

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