The 100 Black Men of Triangle East, is devoted to improving the quality of life for African-Americans–particularly young males–through programs focusing on health and wellness, economic empowerment, mentoring and education. They work with individuals and groups throughout North Carolina, primarily in Wake and Durham counties.
Their educational programs seek to help youth meet their academic goals and reinforce the importance of academic success. And their economic programs seek to promote financial literacy, wealth building within families and a sense of entrepreneurship.
100 Black Men Triangle East
SEEDS is a two-acre urban garden and kitchen classroom in the heart of Durham. SEEDS develops the capacity of young people to respect life, the earth, and each other through growing, cooking, and sharing food.
SEEDS grows the life and leadership skills of young people in Durham. They use the lessons of growing and cooking food from the garden to prepare youth to be skilled, resourceful and confident individuals with the capacity and commitment to lead in their own lives and in their communities.