Give the gift of hope to a deserving youth


MISSION: The mission of 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc. is to improve the quality of life by supporting and enhancing
educational and economic opportunities particularly for African-American youth in the Atlanta community.

Mission Continues Amid COVID-19

In addition to our direct one-on-one mentoring by members of the 100 Black Men of Atlanta and Emerging 100 of Atlanta, we have modified our programming as follows:

  • Implemented 2020 COVID-19 Programmatic Response to address programmatic modifications due to disruptions caused by COVID-19;
  • Host 4 virtual Saturday Schools per month with an average of 80 students per session where students receive Math and English instruction as well as character development programming;
  • Conduct 2 Gender-based Virtual Mentoring sessions per week to address the social and emotional needs of our students;
  • Virtually impact a combined total of approximately 100 students per week through 100 Scholars Robotics Alliance program;
  • Host Virtual Parent Meetings once per month to keep students college-bound;
  • Celebrated the academic achievements of our 2020 Graduates from Project Success, BEST Academy, and Collegiate 100 featuring Dr. Eric Thomas, rated by many as the No. 1 motivational speaker in the world, to offer words of encouragement to our students;
  • Facilitated several career paths and civic engagements virtual summits i.e., Ahmad Arbery: Justice After Tragedy, Processing the Pandemic and Preparing for What’s Next; and Legal Career Paths and The Future of Law;
  • Collaborated with The Mabra Firm, Protiviti Inc., and Goodr to Feed 100 Families of Four.

Our Programs

Creating the Next Tech Leaders

“I am a captain on the 100 Scholars Robotics Alliance FIRST Robotics Competition Team 3091, as well as the FIRST Challenge Team 22. I am a graduating senior at Georgia Cyber Academy and an upcoming member of the Morehouse College Class of 2021. I intend on pursuing a double major in chemistry and computer science.”

-Malik S.

The Coca-Cola Foundation Awards $100 Thousand Academic Grant To Project Success

The board of The Coca-Cola Foundation has awarded $100,000 grant in support of 100 Black Men of Atlanta, Inc.’s programmatic initiative Project Success.

Making a Difference

Changing the academic achievement gap

one generation at a time.

Through 100 Scholars Robotics Alliance we strive to improve educational outcomes in STEM by inspiring underserved students to be innovators and problem solvers who are prepared to excel in college and beyond.


High School Graduation Rate For Project Success Students


Graduates earned over $7 million dollars in scholarships


4yr College Graduation Rate For Project Success Students
We’re on a Mission

“Founded In 1986, The 100 Black Men Of Atlanta Is One Of The City’s Strongest African American Volunteer Organizations Focused On Education, Enrichment And Empowerment Through Mentorship And Community Service. It’s Long-Term Goal Is To Create An Educated Workforce Of Well-Rounded Individuals Who Understand The Importance Of Giving Back To The Community.”


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