Join BPM
We are a 100% volunteer organization.  Are you ready to help Ensure the Future of the African-American Male?  Click here to begin the Membership Process.
Corporate Sponsors
BPM is looking for Corporate partners to help us achieve our scholarship fundraising goals.  Become a sponsor and increase visbility of your brand while helping young men go to college.  Learn more...
BPM Supporters
We need your support. We offer Sponsorship packages for individuals, families, and community groups.  Help our efforts, and receive a host of benefits.  Learn more...
BPM Events
We host community service programs, workshops, seminars, and fundraising social events.  Check out our Calendar.


Take a look at organizations associated with Black Professional Men’s cause of “Ensuring The Future of The African-American Male.”

Associated Black Charities
Associated Black Charities is committed to the transformation of the African American community throughout Maryland. The proceeds from our philanthropic work allow us to dramatically increase our grant making capacity and improve the quality of life in our communities. Through this important work we have successfully managed over $110 million in grant funds.

Big Brothers and Big Sisters
We are partnering with BBBS.  BPM will provide 5 selected  Mentors and 5 selected mentees.   BBBS will handle the technical and managerial aspects of the mentoring partnership.

Child Trends
Social Science Research For Those Who Serve Children and Youths

Advocates for Children and Youths
Promoting public policies and investments so that all Maryland children are safe, healthy, educated, and secure in their families and communities.

National Mentoring Partnership
For more than 20 years, MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership (MENTOR) has been the lead champion for youth mentoring in the United States. MENTOR helps children by providing a public voice, developing and delivering resources to mentoring programs nationwide and promoting quality for mentoring through standards, cutting-edge research and state of the art tools.

Top 21 African American Professional Groups
Whether you’re an African American accountant, attorney or astrophysicist, there’s probably a related professional organization. Joining an association can provide education in your field, networking opportunities and advocacy — all with a focus on issues important to African Americans.

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