More Than a Motto
What They See Is What They’ll Be is more than a motto. It is a source of motivation for all members in our 100 Black Men chapter network. Our motto serves as a constant reminder that we must consistently commit ourselves to personifying the type of people our children will look up to and emulate. We fully embrace the immense responsibility we have to our mentees and our communities.
Supporting Helping Hand Mission
On Saturday, February 5, 2022, the 100 Black Men of Triangle East completed their annual day of service at the New Bern Transitional House in Raleigh, NC.
Both Mentors and Mentees gathered to assist the Helping Hand Mission collect non-perishable food items, toiletries, personal hygiene products and winter clothing donations to serve families in the greater Raleigh area.
In addition to collecting and dropping off donations and helping the New Bern House volunteer staff hand out meals, the 100 Black Men of Triangle East presented Ms. Sylvia Wiggins of the Helping Hand Mission with a check for $1,000.00 to help further the organization's cause.
The event was covered by local media reporters from Spectrum News and ABC 11.
Four for the Future: our programs have been improving the lives of Black youth in North Carolina since 1997. We aspire to be a beacon of leadership by utilizing our diverse talents to create an environment where our children can thrive.
Mentoring the 100 Way is one of the signature programs of 100 Black Men of America. Our mentors are trained to holistically address the social, emotional, and cultural needs of youth in grades 6–12.
Education is a cornerstone of our mission since it unlocks opportunities for young people. This program reinforces the importance of scholarship and provides support to help students set and meet academic goals.
We expose Black youth to financial literacy, fiscal responsibility, investment management, and entrepreneurship to lay a firm foundation for generational wealth. We strive to leave a legacy that makes our children's dreams attainable.
The health and wellness program prioritizes the physical, psychological, emotional, and spiritual well-being of the communities we serve by providing access to healthcare and wellness information.
The Collegiate 100 of North Carolina Central University and East Carolina University are made up of college students that share our commitment and assist with our mentoring and empowerment mission.
My son wore the tie that was graciously given to him during the how to tie a tie session and tied it himself. He said it’s more than just a tie because it was also worn by his mentor, whom he admires greatly. He was certain that it would increase his confidence and he did a great job. I am so proud of him and his efforts. Thank you for all that you do to improve the lives of our youth.