We are doing extraordinary things that are contributing to change. Please check back regularly for all updates on events, publications, and all other information.
    • We are glad to announce the publication and release of the new book, sponsored and supported by Mentoring M.A.D.E. Men. The book is entitled Contribution To Change. You can view excerpts from the book at www.contribution2change.blogspot.com.  As a special promotion you can receive a copy of the book with any donation that is made from this website.
    • The team at Mentoring M.A.D.E. Men is currently working on research entitled Project EXCEL with several educators in Metro Atlanta. We are working to develop a new culturally relevant curriculum that is designed to enrich, empower and strengthen social identity, ethnic identity, and a motivation to achieve, for minority youth in surrounding schools.
    •  We will be continuing our in school consultation and mentoring at several schools in the Metropolitan Atlanta area. We are proud to announce that several of the students we worked with during the fall semester made huge positive changes in their behavior, attendance and grades.
    • Working in partnership with Pebblebrook High School in Mabelton, Georgia, Mentoring M.A.D.E. Men and Hoop Dreams Basketball Academy out of Lexington, Kentucky will be conducting a College Exposure Camp for High School Juniors and Seniors on March 20-21.
    • Mentoring M.A.D.E. Men received a reward for our dedication to the community as recognized by the Off Campus Arts and Events Coordinator at Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA.
    • Mentoring M.A.D.E. Men would like to give thanks to all of the individuals who nominated the organization and it's programs for the Presidents Award for Community Service and Social Action.
    • We are proud to announce that we will be traveling to Africa, Egypt specifically this summer to focus on The Age of the Pharaos. This journey will be a life changing event. It is our goal to seek true knowledge and wisdom and to instill these same qualities in the youth we serve. This trip is design to better equip the team with more in depth history and education of our great legacy as Africans.
    • We are proud to announce that in addition to our journey to Egypt out team will also travel to Tanzania, Africa to gain more insight to the East African practices and principals of Ujamaa and to conduct research of the harmful effects of skin bleaching.
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