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  1. 100 Black Men of Virginia
    The Virginia Peninsula Chapter provides a variety of educational, informative and uplifting programs for the whole family. Our programs teach the necessary leadership and development skills to assist our mentees and their families in realizing and maximizing their full potential.
    Newport News, VA 23609
    (757) 726-7027
  2. Big Brothers, Big Sisters – Virginia Peninsula
    ​Big Brothers Big Sisters makes meaningful, professionally supported matches between adult volunteers (“Bigs”) and children (“Littles”), ages 6 through young adulthood. We develop positive relationships that have a direct and lasting effect on the lives of youth in our communities.
    Katherine Johnson Adult Learning Center ​17346 Warwick Blvd. Room 8 Newport News, VA 23603
    (757) 369-6824
  3. Boys & Girls Clubs of Virginia Peninsula
    Activities for youth ages 6-18. Education and Career Programs, Health & Life Skills, Character and Leadership Programs, Art Programs, Sports, Fitness and Recreation Programs
    Locations in Hampton, Newport News, York County, Williamsburg, Gloucester, & Mathews
    (757) 223-7204
  4. Hampton Hoops
    Hampton Hoops promotes healthy communities and fun in a safe environment. The program aims to improve social interaction, positive character building and provides leadership opportunities. The City of Hampton, and community leaders have partnered to create the program and hope to inspire participating youth to become representatives of a safe and secure community in Hampton and throughout. Ages 8-24.
    Hampton, VA
    757-726-8750
  5. Hampton Roads Hokies Football
    We are a Youth Sports association based out of Hampton Virginia. Our Mission is to teach teamwork, discipline and leadership skills through sports.
  6. Junior Commonwealth’s Attorney Program (Hampton)
    The Junior Commonwealth's Attorney Program, aimed at students who will be entering the seventh through 10th grades in the fall, provides an up-close look at law enforcement and court proceedings at the local and state levels.
    Hampton, VA
  7. Leading Men Fellowship
    The Literacy Lab’s Leading Men Fellowship creates opportunities for young men of color and increases representation in the field of education. Leading Men Fellows are young men of color who have recently graduated from high school and participate in a year-long, residency-style experience in which they provide evidence-based literacy support to pre-kindergarten students while receiving robust coaching and professional development and gaining valuable experience.
    Hampton, Newport News and Norfolk, VA
  8. The Hampton Youth Commission
    The Hampton Youth Commission is comprised of young people of high school age (14-18). Appointed by Hampton City Council, these students are able to represent the voice of youth in the City of Hampton.
    Hampton, VA
    (757) 727-8311