100 Black Men of Greater Kansas City, Inc.

Kansas City, MO   |  www.100blackmenkc.org

Mission

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."

Ruling year info

2008

Principal Officer

Board Chair is Executive Director

Main address

PO Box 300676

Kansas City, MO 64130 USA

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EIN

26-0444949

NTEE code info

Men's Service Clubs (S82)

IRS filing requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990-N.

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Safe Passage

Safe Passage is a curriculum based program that focuses on four primary areas: developing life skills both hard and soft; promoting education including post high school opportunities like four year colleges, junior colleges, vocational and other programs and certifications leading to career fields; community service; and exploration of the institutions and cultures of Greater Kansas City. According to Policy Link and the USC Program for Environmental and Regional Equity's Profile of the Kansas City Region, "There is a looming skills and education gap for the region's African Americans and Latinos, whose rates of postsecondary education are lower than the share of future jobs that will require that level of education." 100BMGKC has structured their mentoring programs to work to close the educational gap for African American students in Kansas City and to equip, enrich and empower young men so they can make the choices necessary to lead healthy, successful and satisfying lives.

Population(s) Served

The ACT Right program provides free ACT test preparation classes and support for African American high school students, both male and female, helping students become better equipped to score well on the test. Higher ACT test scores open up acceptance to more colleges and additional scholarship opportunities, which are vital in ensuring more students attend four year colleges.

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100 Black Men of Greater Kansas City, Inc.

Board of directors
as of 7/31/2018
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Mr. Herston R. Fails

Front End Developer/Designer, NIC Inc.

Term: Jan 2014 - Dec 2017

Herston Fails

Front End Developer/Designer, NIC Inc.

Jeff Davis

Owner of Real Options, LLC

Jerry Rose

Retired FBI Senior Executive Agent

Roland Craddolph

Business Process Architect, Commerce Bank

Brian Foster

Retired Sprint Executive

Duane Joseph

President, MaranthaEd, LLC.

Fred Wise

Human Resources Director, Hallmark