My Brother's Keeper Sacramento Collaborative

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Kings and Queens Rise NBA 2K Basketball and The First Tee Golf — Get in the Game!

Registration is open for the NBA 2K Co-Ed Summer League for students in 4th through 11th grades. See the NBA 2K flyer. New this year, students ages 11 through 17 can join the Co-Ed Summer of Golf with The First Tee. See the golf flyer.

See the press release on NBA.com.

COVID-19 Updates

MBK Sacramento Collaborative meetings and Mentoring Institute meetings will be virtual until further notice and information will be provided directly to partners.

Access news and updates on the Sacramento County COVID-19 web page.

Learn about the Donate4Sacramento COVID-19 Regional Response Fund.


About MBK Sacramento

The My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Sacramento Collaborative is committed to improving the educational, health, social and economic outcomes for local boys and men of color.

MBK Sacramento is bringing systems leaders, advocates, community partners, youth-serving organizations and young people together to address health, education, employment and justice system disparities for young men of color through policy advocacy, systems change and support for effective programs. See our one sheet.

In 2018, The Center at Sierra Health Foundation was selected as a recipient of an Obama Foundation MBK Community Challenge Impact grant to support the MBK Sacramento Collaborative in expanding mentoring and violence intervention efforts.

The MBK Sacramento Collaborative is funded by Sierra Health Foundation and the Obama Foundation and is managed by The Center at Sierra Health Foundation.

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Learn more about the Collaborative below.

MBK Sacramento Youth Fellowship Cohort 3 Rites of Passage Celebration on June 10, 2020



Barack Obama’s Commencement Speech | Dear Class Of 2020



MBKA Community Competition Award Winner: The Center at Sierra Health Foundation