Shoulder To Shoulder (STS) just recently signed an important and historic Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the 100 Black Men of Sacramento (100BMOS). The 100BMOS is one of Sacramento’s leading organizations dedicated to improving the lives of Black families with a special emphasis on young at-risk boys.
STS’s new partnership with 100BMOS will help both organizations expand their capabilities to mentor and support fatherless boys in the Sacramento region. Under the terms of the MOU, STS and the 100BMOS will be coordinating and supporting each other’s programs and the 100BMOS will be providing mentors from their membership to work with STS’s mentoring operations.
Speaking about the historic MOU, STS Founder and CEO, Bill Coibion, stated, “We are very excited about our new operational partnership with the 100 Black Men of Sacramento whose membership is comprised of many great leaders in our community and we look forward to working together to improve the lives of young boys in the Sacramento region”. Franklin Jackson, President of the 100BMOS, stated, “Our organization is delighted to be able to partner with Shoulder To Shoulder because of its proven ability to transform the lives of fatherless boys and its long-term dedication to the needs of the inner city”.
As STS seeks to expand its partnerships with various organizations through its newly-created affiliate, “The Fathering Coalition”, more support is needed to help us expand our outreach and mentoring efforts. As the Big Day of Giving approaches on May 3rd, please consider making a generous contribution so that we can continue on our mission to break the cycle of fatherlessness in Sacramento.
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