Four Pillars

Brothers Who Care is built upon these four pillars, focused on building philanthropic leaders.


Brothers Who Care (BwC) Mental Health Hour talk series ignites and normalizes the discussion around Mental Health in the black community, brings awareness to mental health-related resources and uses conversations to build and strengthen the community.


Brothers Who Care (BwC) presents the I SEE ME Project.  Through a process of learning, sharing, and acting, we engage young people, parents, and professionals through compelling storytelling and positive imagery to drive awareness and build financial sustainability in the black community.


STEAM is an educational approach to learning that uses Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Mathematics as access points for guiding student inquiry, dialogue, and critical thinking. The end results are students who take thoughtful risks, engage in experiential learning, persist in problem-solving.


The “I AM” campaign showcases positive images and stories of black men achieving personal and professional success.

For way too long there has been negative stereotypes surrounding black men. With the recent death of George Floyd and the heightened consciousness of anti-black racism; we want to do our part to help change that stereotype.

We believe that each man is created equal and should be treated as such. Through these images and stories, we showcase some of the positive black men within our communities that deserve to be treated as equal, who do not fit the all too popular negative images that are being portrayed in society.

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