community programs + events

100 Black Men of Triangle East, Wake/Durham Counties NC

The 100 Black Men of Triangle East is a nonprofit organization “devoted to improving the quality of life for African Americans, particularly young males, through programs focusing on health and wellness, economic empowerment, and mentoring and education.” The group recently concluded its annual 7 Days of Giving Campaign.

Please join 100 BMTE in its efforts to make a difference in the lives of those in Wake and Durham counties NC. You can read more about the organization’s programs here, and support them today through your tax-deductible donation!

Photos used with permission. Courtesy of Ruben Watson.

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Tickled Pink Breast Cancer Support Inc. | Durham NC

Tickled Pink is a nonprofit organization providing complimentary cuisine care packages to single adult breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation treatment. Their specialized services allow patients to receive needed support in the journey through breast cancer care.

For details and information on Tickled Pink’s services in the Raleigh-Durham NC area, visit tickledpinksupport.org.

Melchee Johnson pictured here with Erica Jones (right), Founder & CEO of Tickled Pink, at Orange Grove Missionary Baptist Church’s Worship in Pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Erica herself is a breast cancer survivor.

If you have an upcoming community event or nonprofit general awareness you’d like to share here, please contact me today!

Thank you!