Posts Tagged ‘Nonprofit’

Congressional Black Caucus Foundation

A public policy, research, and educational institute, the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation aims to advance the global Black community by developing leaders, informing policy, and educating the public. View the site >

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Dovetail Project

The Dovetail Project helps young African-American fathers develop the skills they need to be better fathers to their children. The 12-week program includes parenting and life skills, job readiness, as well as education in felony street law to help them avoid incarceration. View the site >

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Eagle Academy Foundation

Eagle Academy Foundation supports a network of public schools in inner cities that boast unusually high graduation rates for Black and Latino male students. The model is characterized by parental involvement, academic rigor, college preparation, and mentoring. View the site >

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Echoing Green

Echoing Green, in partnership with the Open Society Foundations, offers the Black Male Achievement Fellowship, which helps social entrepreneurs launch and build innovative organizations dedicated to improving the life outcomes of Black men and boys in the U.S. View the site >

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Fathers, Families, and Healthy Communities

Fathers, Families, and Healthy Communities removes barriers to non-custodial African-American fathers fulfilling their responsibilities to support and care for their children and families, thereby improving the opportunities and outcomes of their children. View the site >

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Game Changers Project

The Game Changers Project is a national media fellowship program for emerging Black filmmakers (“activist storytellers”) in partnership with community-based organizations dedicated to improving outcomes for males of color. View the site >

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Harlem Children’s Zone

The Harlem Children’s Zone offers a comprehensive system of education, social service, and community building programs to children and families in Central Harlem. View the site >

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Institute for Responsible Citizenship

The Institute’s core program offers an intensive two-summer experience for the country’s “best and brightest” African-American male college students, preparing them for successful careers and training them to be leaders and men of great character. View the site >

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Life Pieces to Masterpieces

Life Pieces to Masterpieces engages African-American young men and boys in Washington, D.C.’s most challenging neighborhoods, providing after-school, weekend, and summer programs with homework assistance, leadership development, and career learning opportunities. View the site >

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Men Can Stop Rape

Through youth development programming, public awareness campaigns, and grassroots movements in mentoring and empowerment, Men Can Stop Rape mobilizes men to be leaders in creating cultures free from violence. View the site >

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