Thanks for Your Generosity

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Donation Total: $20


Scholarship Series

Under our recently launched Because of My Village Campaign, this scholarship series competition is geared towards high-school, minority male seniors who are attending a two or four-year college/university in the Fall 2018.

Weekly Workshops

To properly invest each of our objectives into our little brothers, our organization visits each adopted school once a week to implement programs that aims to help each student develop mentally, socially, and professionally.

Literacy Initiative(s)

As we create more opportunities for community involvement in our area, we are challenging others to do the same. Our lunch and literacy initiatives will empower elementary school students to invest in reading books, while working to create an original children’s book through our Because of My Village DocuSeries.

Brotherly Relations

While we love to educate and enlighten our little brothers on their growth and personal development, we also like to provide them with snacks during their after-school participation and reward them with fun and exciting activities to engage in outside of school with their big brothers.


“As a big brother in The Village, my experience has been a great learning tool. With joining The Village as a freshman in college, I am apart of the Freshmen Huddle meaning that although I am a big brother to my mentee(s), Maleek and Kevon, I am also a little brother to the upperclassmen of The Village. Being granted the opportunity to learn from them and use those tools as stepping stones to guide my little brothers is always great and I am forever grateful.”

Amir Abdulraheem (Age: 18) Big Brother North Carolina A&T State University

"It has been a pleasure to be apart of The Village since the very beginning. The Village has allowed me to help others as well as continue to shape me as a young man. My relationship with my little brother has been something that I'm extremely proud of. Being able to have a role in his life as he continues his journey as a young man, has also helped me. When my little brother got accepted into college, I was one of the first people he called. The Village has invested in me and I am very appreciative of that."

Bradford Brooks (Age: 21) Big Brother North Carolina A&T State University

"My main activity at school is football. I joined The Village a few months ago and haven’t regretted my decision since. The experience with the college level mentors is great and fun. I encourage every high school male to join The Village. It's an experience for a role model to play a factor in your life, as well as having a team of successful young men in your corner."

Keori Enoch (Age: 17) Little Brother Ben L. Smith High School