100 Black Men of Greater Kansas City, Inc.

Organization

Focuses on
Action + Connection

Where:
Kansas City Metro 

Type of organization: Not-For-Profit 

The 100 Black Men of Greater Kansas City is an all-volunteer organization and was
formed in 2006 as one of 116 chapters nationally and internationally with over 10,000
members serving 100,000 youth participants. 100 Black Men of Greater Kansas City
is devoted to improving the quality of life for young African American men through
several mentoring, educational, and life skills programs led by professional men from
various industries and fields, serving as community volunteers: “Real Men Giving
Real Time”.

Strategies or Expertise:
Mentorship 

Primary Audience(s):
General

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