Leaders Lead. At the height of the pandemic, we rose to the occasion and pushed through our programs and fed XX first responders and families purchased from black restaurants and food services organizations

Collaboratively we are consistently providing hot nutritious meals to the ICU, ER, and Maintenance Staffs at hospitals in all five boroughs of New York City and the feeding initiatives at Abyssinian Baptist Church, Salem United Methodist Church, and First Baptist Church of East Elmhurst. In addition, PPE equipment, including 60,000 masks, is being provided to Community Health Centers, NYCHA Developments, and NYC Shelters throughout the city. (rewrite/edit to elaborate on the place and communities served see Courtney re text.)

Community Engagement also consisted of leadership participation in local BLM events.

Covid 19 relief

One Hundred Black Men in collaboration with John Catsimatidis, Chairman & CEO of the Red Apple Group, the New York Community Trust, Walmart, Uber, Macy’s, and Emblem Health supports our front-line responders and institutions.

Queens Partner Locations

Brooklyn Partner Locations


Staten Island Partner Locations

Manhattan Partner Locations

Bronx Partner Locations

During the COVID-19 crisis, OHBM is distributing 60,000 face masks and coverings to ensure that our vulnerable populations have the personal protective gear needed to protect themselves and others against COVID-19. Our broad base of recipients includes Union Community Health Center in the Bronx; transitional living and senior centers of West Harlem Group Assistance, Inc. in Harlem; and Phoenix House and Senior Centers in Queens, Prince Hall Senior Housing in Manhattan and other sites. Over the next few weeks, OHBM will partner with communities in ALL FIVE BOROUGHS to distribute masks.


Special thanks once again to John Catsimatidis, AmericanChina Public Affairs Institute, the Asian American Business Development Center, Uber, Macy’s, EmblemHealth and The New York Community Trust.



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