100 Black Men of Albany, GA

100 Black Men of Albany, GA MENTORING, EDUCATION, HEALTH & WELLNESS, and ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT All to bring about positive change in the advancement of the African American Community.

Programs include: Robotics; Dollar & $ence Financial Literacy; Mentoring the 100 Way; College Prep; Health & Wellness/Fitness; Essay Writing/Reading Comprehension; and Parents for Change


What a wonderful day to check on young Christian !
“What they see, is what they will be”


Our program initiatives promote economic self-sufficiency through financial literacy, family wealth building and entrepreneurship.

Economic Development Programs

*Pathway to Manhood
*Pathway to Womanhood


Health & Wellness is a vital component of a thriving community. The “100” is concerned about the well being of the whole community and the whole person: physical, emotional/psychological, and spiritual.

Health and Wellness Programs

*Prostate Cancer
*Future All Stars Basketball Program


The 100 Black Men’s Project 21st Century Excellence Scholarship was established to encourage students with marginal academic records to refine and develop their academic potential to their highest possible level of achievement.

Education Programs

*21st Century Scholarship Program


Mentoring is the cornerstone of what the organization brings to the community by guiding youth in life experiences, fostering a positive self-perception and self-respect, encouraging excellence in education, and the pursuit of positive life-long goals.

Mentoring Programs

*Pathway to Manhood
*Pathway to Womanhood
*Future All Stars Basketball Program


The 100 Black Men of America
Brief History and Purpose

The idea of 100 Black Men was born in New York City in 1963. A body of successful men from the fields of business, industry, public affairs, government and the professions decided to pool their skills, experiences and resources to improve the quality of life for Blacks and other minorities. Among those early founders were David Dinkins. Livingston Wingate and Andrew Hatcher.

In the 1970’s, the concept of developing individual, independent chapters in other cities took hold and in 1976, Dr. William Hayling and others formed the second chapter, 100 Black Men of New Jersey.

After New Jersey came Los Angeles, Indianapolis. St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Atlanta. The San Francisco/Oakland Bay Area, Nassau/Suffolk and Sacramento. In 1986 these nine successful chapters resolved to create “100 Black Men of America. Inc.” as a national confederation with Dr. Hayling as the founding president.

The first conference was held in Atlanta, Georgia on May 27, 1987, where the alliance was introduced to the nation. Since then the group has met in Los Angeles (1988), Indianapolis (1989), New Jersey (1990), St. Louis (1991), San Francisco (1992), Atlanta (1993) Middle Tennessee (1994), Jackson, Mississippi (1995), Miami, Florida (1996), Atlanta, Georgia (1997), New Orleans, Louisiana (1998), and Detroit, Michigan (1999).

About the 100 Black Men of Alton / Madison County

In 1986 the Alton Chapter was incorporated under the laws of the state of Illinois and in 1988 became a tax exempt non-profit 501 (C) (3) organization under the Internal Revenue Code. The 100 Black Men of Alton thus became the tenth chapter to be officially recognized by the national at an executive meeting held at the National Convention in Indianapolis in June of 1989. This enabled the Alton Chapter to articulate its concepts and contributions on a national level.


The national organization, 100 Black Men of America, Inc., a confederation of all existing “100 Black Men” chapters, was formed in 1986 to marshal a force of outstanding men whose collective training, skills and experiences could achieve meaningful gains for the African American Community. To realize our goals, our confederation focuses considerable time and resources on:

Educating our Youth
Creating Jobs and Economic Opportunities
Ensuring Governmental Accountability
Informing our Communities on Health Issues
Exploring Alternatives for Adequate Housing
Elimination of Discrimination and Racial Injustice
These and other issues are the essence of activities for all affiliates as we seek a better way of life for the residents of our respective communities and endeavor to uniformly and seriously address the myriad concerns affecting us all. The binding force of the “100 Movement” is the diversity of our members and programs.

Mission Statement

The mission of the 100 Black Men of America, Inc. is to improve the quality of life within our communities and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African Americans.

Value Statement

100 Black Men of America, Inc. is committed to the intellectual development of youth and the economic empowerment of the African American community based on the following precepts: respect for family, spirituality, justice, and integrity.

Vision Statement

100 Black Men of America, Inc. seeks to serve as a beacon of leadership by utilizing our diverse talents to create environments where our children are motivated to achieve, and to empower our people to become self-sufficient shareholders in the economic and social fabric of the communities we serve.


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Shouts out to the 100 BMA for their assistance for a family in need, very heartfelt and appreciated. The year 2013 in soon to be here and the school, the kids are in need of someone to talk to, someone to listen, someone to care PFC will you be there?

President Sanford Hillsman we at "Parents for Change" salute you!

Lecrae - Don't Waste Your Life ft. Cam Video (@Lecrae @Reachrecords)

• "Parents for Change and the 100 BMA visited Lincoln Elementary, Radium Middle and Westover High.

Having lunch with CJ next Monday and looking to assist Radium Middle with some kids who wish to release the things that are holding them back form greatness!

Don't waste your life and time that you have trying to be seen and no pressing your goals t the FULLEST!

Buy on iTunes: http://bit.ly/4lBVxS Reach Records presents the offical Don't Waste Your Life music video ft. Cam singing on the hook. Be sure to check the DW...

100 Black Men of Albany Robotics Challenge
100 Black Men of Albany Robotics Challenge

100 Black Men of Albany Robotics Challenge

Saturday: April 14th 100 Black Men of Albany Robotics Challenge           10:00am HYPER Gym - Albany State University           FREE & Open to the pu…




All County Band Concert tonight at Darton College in Bldg J @ 7:00pm!! Featuring all of our talented Dougherty County band students who auditioned and were selected to perform! Free to the public! Come out and support our young people!

YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.

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The 100 Black Men of Albany Georgia will be giving 100 Turkeys to 100 Families November 19, 2011 Saturday 200 West Oglethorpe Blvd. at 10:00am

Come on out!

Fresh Prince -- Will's Father Abandons Him... Again

A message from the 100 BMA:
Is this you, when I feel its me I do what it takes to change. They for my sons because it is my responsiblity to show them a MAN and how a MAN loves.

This weekend do something with the young man in your LIFE. It does the heart good

Will's deadbeat dad makes a lot of promises and then skips out again. Will doesn't take it well. The scene that let you know Will Smith was going to be a star.


I praise you because I "we" are fearfully and wonderfully made; your works, your thoughts, your ambitions to be the best you can are wonderful, I know that full well.

Thoughts of Psalm 139


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