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Mission

The mission of the Concerned Black Men  of Calvert County Inc.  is to provide a holistic approach to services which support and strengthen the African-American family, and which specifically targets African-American youth. To establish a concerned male presence within the community with respect to positive role models and exposure to social cultural, educational, spiritual, business, and community linkages.

Our History

The Concerned Black Men  of Calvert County Inc.  ( (CBMCC) came into existence nearly fifteen years ago following an informal discussion held by African-American men in the county. The Concerned Black Men of Calvert County Inc. was granted its charter at the CBM national conference. The  CBMCC boasts a membership  composed of men from all walks of life. These men are dedicated to the betterment of their community through mentoring and development of programs that bolster the self-esteem and education of youth.

The National Organization of the Concerned Black Men was founded in 1975 by five African-American men. The CBM concept has grown from those five men to more than 300 men nationwide, distributed among 14 chapters. In 1985, CBM was the only African-American organization in the U.S. to receive the prestigious “Volunteer Action Award,” granted by the President of the United States, Ronald Reagan.

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The 19th Annual Gala by the Bay Scholarship Banquet

Black Tie Affair

Date: May 26, 2017

For more information, call Mr. Linwood Beverly at 410-586-9124 or Mr. Nate Pope 301-855-0251  (9:00AM to 4:00 PM).

Email: info@concernedblackmen.com