Concerned Black Men, Inc.® (CBM) is an organization of male volunteers that provide positive male role models with an Afro-centric perspective to the children in the Washington, DC Metropolitan Area. We seek to provide our youth with wisdom and understanding on how to become positive, successful and contributing adults. We work to enrich youth lives through positive educational, cultural, and social activities and programs. We adhere to the motto "Caring For Our Youth." Founded in 1982, the Washington, DC Chapter of Concerned Black Men, Inc.® (CBM-DC), is a non-profit organization that sponsors a variety of programs and activities which promote the educational, cultural, and social development of youth.
CBM-DC has worked closely with area school systems, community organizations, and local social service agencies that share a commitment to a prosperous future for upcoming generations. CBM is a National Organization with chapters in various US cities.
CBM of Washington, DC Awarded a Safeway Foundation Grant
The Washington, DC chapter of Concerned Black Men thanks The Safeway Foundation for their generous grant to support their International Awareness Program. The program introduces local children to the international community via embassy tours, classroom lectures and enrichment activities that is highlighted with a trip to the United Nations in New York during the early spring.
The program encourages the the students to see themselves as global citizens and not just DC residents. Volunteer mentors partner with the students and administration at Hart Middle School in Washington, DC, which serve approximately 30-45 individuals. For more information about the International awareness (IA) Program, click on the International Awareness tab on our home page.
David Jackson, CBMDC president (left); Craig Muckle, Safeway,Manager, Public Affairs / Government Relations (right)
Please look at our website and share our experiences with the youth. If there are any other questions you have about the organization please join us at our general body meeting. It's held every 2nd Tuesday at the
THURGOODMARSHALLCENTER – FIRST FLOOR 1816 12th Street NW, Washington, DC20009 7You can get a good understanding of our activities and functions. Your attendance would be sincerely appreciated.
Concerned Black Men, DC Chapter 1816 12th St NW, suite 203, (202) 797-7444