Who We Are
The 100 BMIE is known for reaching back and giving back. It is an organization who administers the four for the future pillars which are Health and Wellness, Education, Economic Empowerment, and Mentoring in the Inland Empire communities.
Helping shape our mentees realize their potential by showing them how to be successful and significant, stressing the importance of obtaining and applying education, and providing them the tools that empower them for self-sufficiency, cultivated civic, and business leadership
Four For The Future
We improve the quality of life and bridge opportunity gaps for the youth in the communities we serve.
The 100 uses a holistic mentoring program that addresses the social, emotional, and cultural needs of children 8-18.
The 100 delivers educational support services and unique learning opportunities that assist youth in achieving their goals.
The goal with this thrust is to raise awareness and provide access to health care, and information to promote a healthier lifestyle
The 100 works with youth to develop their ability to become self-determined, create dreams, and become economically self-sufficient.
How Can You Get Involved?
The 100 Black Men of the Inland Empire, Inc. relies on the support of individuals, volunteers, private foundations, and corporations to carry out its mission. Your contribution will make a difference in helping the100 Black Men of the Inland Empire, Inc. empower children and build stronger communities. There are a variety of ways you can contribute to 100 Black Men of the Inland Empire.
Mourning The Loss Of Beloved Chairman Thomas W. Dortch, Jr.
On Wednesday, February 15, 2023, we lost a bright light, an unstoppable, unforgettable force of nature. His work across many industries, through various organizations, with several civic coalitions, alongside HBCUs and Atlanta public schools, in partnerships with corporate foundations, and effectively working with elected officials at the city, state, and federal levels of government always included advocating for underserved communities, and especially for youth. As a member and former Chairman of 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. and Chairman of 100 Black Men of America, Inc., Mr. Dortch was an active member for over 37 years.
The Nation’s Top African American Led Mentoring Organization
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Our ongoing commitment to continuously improve and implement our programmatic initiatives is what drives us. Helping shape our mentees realize their potential by showing them how to be successful and significant, stressing the importance of obtaining and applying education, and providing them the tools that empower them for self-sufficiency, cultivated civic, and business leadership.
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Meet The Board
7th Annual Golf Tournament
MEET THE BOARD THAT IS MAKING A CHANGE IN THE COMMUNITY
APRIL 22, 2022
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