Member Directory

100 Black Men of Central Virginia

Address P.O. Box 8226
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Virginia 22906
Phone (540) 408-3690
Website https://www.100bmocv.org/
Primary Contact Daniel Fairley
Primary Email mail@100bmocv.org
Executive Director Daniel Fairley
Primary Focus Area Education
Service Areas
  • Albemarle
  • Buckingham
  • Charlottesville
  • Fluvanna
  • Greene
  • Louisa
  • Madison
  • Nelson
  • Orange

Mission Statement

The 100 Black Men of Central Virginia advocate for the elimination of the achievement gap of African American males in grades K -12.

Overview

Purpose
The purpose of the 100 Black Men of Central Virginia (100 BMOCV) is to improve the quality of life within the community and advocate eliminating the achievement gap of African American (AA) male students through mentoring by the members. The organization is inclusive in its efforts for public involvement. 100 BMOCV is a non-profit organization and non-partisan.

Mission
The 100 Black Men of Central Virginia advocate for the elimination of the achievement gap of African American males in grades K -12.

Values
The 100 Black Men of Central Virginia is committed to advocating for progressive change in Central Virginia communities in education, health, civics, and economics. In addition to mentoring young African American males in our communities, 100 Black Men of Central Virginia provides mentorship and support to the men who are members of our organization.

Geographic Focus
The geographical area of focus for membership and service to public school youth includes the City of Charlottesville and the surrounding counties of Albemarle, Buckingham, Fluvanna, Greene, Louisa, Madison, Nelson, and Orange.

Key Programs

Program 1
Title:Math, Men, & Mission (M-Cubed) Summer Academy
Description:This is an algebra-intensive program is intended to:



1. Increase the number of African-American males enrolled in upper-level math classes.



2. Increase the number of African American Males who complete algebra and/or geometry by 8th grade.



3. Provide a rigorous pre-algebra curriculum that is enhanced by instructional approaches to address the learning styles of African-American males.



4. Build healthy relationships between the student, his family, and school.



5. Establish a systemic support system for program participants to realize more challenging academic successes. This will include mentoring support and parental coaching.
Total Program Budget:20,000
Category:Education, STEM, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Program 2
Title:High School Scholars Program
Description:Each year we give out ~$20,000 in college scholarships to young Black men in the central Virginia area. The program highly encourages academic success and rewards outstanding achievement with college scholarships and smaller awards like invitations to the University of Virginia athletic events and other attractions.

The members affiliated with this program are commemorated and honored with a scholarship recognition event such as a breakfast, luncheon or dinner. We frequently bring in important guest speakers at these events. Past speakers include the Former University of Virginia Head Football Coach Mike London and Former Athletic Director Craig Littlepage.
Total Program Budget:$20,000
Category:Education, Scholarship, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Giving Opportunities

Opportunity 1
Title:Math, Men, & Mission (M-Cubed) Summer Academy
Description:This is an algebra-intensive program is intended to:



1. Increase the number of African-American males enrolled in upper-level math classes.



2. Increase the number of African American Males who complete algebra and/or geometry by 8th grade.



3. Provide a rigorous pre-algebra curriculum that is enhanced by instructional approaches to address the learning styles of African-American males.



4. Build healthy relationships between the student, his family, and school.



5. Establish a systemic support system for program participants to realize more challenging academic successes. This will include mentoring support and parental coaching.
Project TimelineJune 2020