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100 club 


The biggest impact to be made will be in the education system at the earliest possible stage of life skill comprehension, understanding and male development.  

With a focus on high school, specifically 12th grade, the 100 Black Men of Douglasville can engage young men through the vehicle of a scholastic social club aimed at the development of the following:

  • Leadership Skills

  • Life Skills 

  • Health and wellness education

  • Finance and Investment fundamentals

  • Political and Governing fundamentals


Create a credentialed reconized Boys2Men   mentorship program at the seconday school level.

Execute a credentialed recognized mentorship program that reverts the direction of incarceration amongst African-American boys and transforms into the pinnacle of prosperity and community leaders. 

Develop a Boys2Men Mentorship program template that can be duplicated regionally and nationally. 


  • “100” club to meet monthly over both Fall and Spring semesters.

  • 1 – 2 hour meetings

  • Exclusive Club open to 11th & 12th Graders

  • Officers elected 2nd semester of their 11th grade year to serve in their 12th grade year

  • Applications for the 100 Club can be extended to all 9th and 10th graders, at any time during the school year – however they will be due by February and reviewed / selected by March


  • Continue the development of this concept by allowing all 100 Black Men of Douglasville committees to develop their portion of the program

  • Identify needed relational and funding sources to make this program successful to include community and business partnerships

  • Begin our pilot mentorship program at the Douglas County Success Center in October of the Fall 2020 semester

  • Reach out to the school’s administration and city leaders to introduce the concept and how it can stimulate their current M.A.T.C.H program.

  • As a first year initiative, we can expect additions and subtractions to ensure we are constantly improving the program.  

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