My Brother’s Keeper Sacramento Mentoring Program
The My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Sacramento Collaborative is building on the strength of a community that is united around a common and critical goal: healthy development and successful futures for Sacramento’s young men of color.
To advance this goal, The Center awarded 10 Mentoring grants of up to $10,000 to Sacramento youth-focused nonprofit organizations that effectively impact boys and young men of color through mentoring efforts. These efforts use a social justice youth development framework that build capacity of the youth through mentoring and help shape the conditions of their environment — family, schools, neighborhoods and city.
MBK Sacramento 2020 Mentoring Programs
- Alliance for Education Solutions (Oak Park and Foothill Farms)
- Anti-Recidivism Coalition (All Sacramento)
- Campus Life Connection (Oak Park)
- Center for Fathers and Families (Del Paso Heights)
- East Bay Asian Youth Center (South Sacramento)
- Gateway Community Charters (Del Paso Heights)
- Hooked on Fishing Not on Violence Foundation (Fruitridge/Stockton)
- Improve Your Tomorrow (Arden Arcade)
- Roberts Family Development Center (North Sacramento/Del Paso Heights)
- Voice of the Youth Inc. (Meadowview/Valley Hi)