Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles (CBMLA) seeks to unite African American men and women to support and empower youths and advocate for the betterment of our communities. As part of our mentorship, we provide community leadership opportunities and encourage education as a first priority. We are strongly committed to the social, emotional, academic, and psychological development of African American youth.
Ongoing Volunteer Opportunity to become a group mentor or one-on-one mentor in the Concerned Black Men of Los Angeles; mentoring both boys and girls of color, ages 11-19 years old. To volunteer, click here.