This nonprofit's mission is to improve the quality of life of our communities, and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African Americans.
They are currently looking for potential community and corporate partners to add value to their service-based initiatives and programming. If you are interested in sponsoring a 100 Black Men of Metro Houston program, head here.
Head here for information about the annual black-tie gala.
Black men who are willing to offer their time, resources, and perspective to influence young men are needed. Membership is a cross-section of all Black men and their vast interests, which can include fraternities, community, religious, and professional and social organizations.
Membership criteria: At least 35 years old, a positive role model, accomplished in chosen occupation/field, interested in contributing human and financial resources to support the organization’s programs, and good character. Membership intake is done on an annual basis, please contact membership for questions regarding fees.
If you are younger than 35, visit the Emerging 100 chapter to become a part of the 100 network.