100 Black Men of Syracuse, Inc.
100 Black Men of Syracuse, Inc. is “committed to the intellectual development of youth and the economic empowerment of the African American community based on the following precepts: respect for family, spirituality, justice, and integrity.”
2610 South Salina St # 27, Syracuse, NY 13205
Black Nurses Rock Syracuse
Black Nurses Rock Syracuse is “here to empower, educate & uplift our community and nurses”.
250 South Clinton Street Suite 200, Syracuse, New York
Doula 4 A Queen Scholarship Fund
Doula 4 A Queen’s “mission is to provide support to women and their families before, during, and after childbirth, to provide knowledge that helps mothers make informed decisions throughout their pregnancy and delivery. D4Q also aims to reduce disparities in maternal and child health of women of color and women from low socioeconomic backgrounds.”
Fearless Queens is “a community of women seeking to explore, encourage, and affirm the empowerment and solidarity of sisterhood by recognizing the importance of womanhood, fostering personal and professional development, and nurturing the inner woman to forever love herself for the betterment of us as a whole.” Fearless Queens hosts workshops throughout the year and also an annual brunch every fall.
NAACP of Syracuse and Onondaga County
NAACP of Syracuse and Onondaga County is the official Syracuse/Onondaga County Branch of the NAACP.
Syracuse University STEP Program
SU STEP “provides academic support services and enrichment activities to students in grades 7 –12”.
Team A.N.G.E.L Movement
Team A.N.G.E.L Movement is offers motivational speaking services at schools, churches. Team A.N.G.E.L MOVEMENT means AVOID NEGATIVE GARBAGE ENJOY LIFE.
Email: TeamAngel1310@yahoo.com or Tangel1310@gmail.com
The Kia Foundation
Founder: Kate Berry, Director
The Kia Foundation “is a non-profit organization that focuses on assisting families in need with pet care needs through a variety of programs including financial and basic pet needs.”
Make checks payable to:
The Kia Foundation Inc. P.O. box 6937 Syracuse, NY 13217
The Out Crowd
Founders: Tenekqua and Quadasia Cauthen
The Out Crowd was “developed by Tenekqua and Quadasia Cauthen (two sisters), to shed light on real-life substandard experiences that appear ‘not cool’ to typical youth.”
To Donate or for more information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The U is “a Syracuse -based community organization that’s here to provide Male role models, encourage great self-esteem, respect for yourself and others , and to promote positive self-image among the men and the youth in the Syracuse community. Our work is focused on Brotherhood, fatherhood, financing, social development while planting a new mindset of accountability within the men in our community. Our motto is ‘Changing the community one man at a time’”.
Join their Facebook group!
Village Birth International Community Doulas
Village Birth International Community Doulas “serve women and families in Syracuse NY. We are committed to decreasing alarming rates of maternal and infant mortality in our African American community. Our doula care also serves Latina, refugees, undocumented, and underserved families who face systemic hardships in pregnancy and birth. We support informed, empowered and liberating transitions to motherhood.”
We Rise Above The Streets Recovery Program
We Rise Above The Streets Recovery Program “delivers high energy messages that encourage people to live up to their full potential by breaking the cycles of homelessness and crime many face daily”.
404 Oak St, Syracuse, New York