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DBMG in Action
The Diablo Black Men’s Group began as a social outlet for Diablo Valley men. Over the past 14 years, DBMG has evolved into an organization of men who are committed to using the collective influence to enhance the lives of their members, families and communities.
DBMG In Action
We are committed to making a positive impact, through our teams, programs and events. Our teams include:
Learn more about contributions DBMG has made to the community. Read More..
DBMG Offers Grants
Did you know DBMG offers grants up $1,000? DBMG is proud to provide two grants up to $,1000 once a year. These grants focus on community organizations who seek assistance in supporting our diverse citizens in the East Bay. Click here to download our grant application, guidelines, and instructions.
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DBMG in the News
The Diablo Black Men's Group was featured in the East Bay Times Newspapers this week. We are very proud of our organization and the support we receive from our community. Click Here to read the article.
Congratulations to our 2016 Scholars
Congratulations to our 2016 DBMG Scholars. DBMG is happy to announce we were able to award ten (10) scholarships to students this year. Our scholars for 2016:
Thank you to all of our supporters and Corporate donors.
Click Here to see pictures from our 1st Annual Scholars Orientation Day and our 2016 Scholars Award Night.
Presenting our 2016 Scholars
DBMG Member of the Month
Bryan has been a DBMG member since 2012. He currently serves on the Education Committee where he is working to develop partnerships with Alameda County District Schools.
Bryan and his family moved to the San Francisco Bay Area from Southern California in 2010 after accepting a position with PepsiCo. Throughout his 21-year career with PepsiCo, Bryan held a variety of sales and management positions across all PepsiCo brands. He left PepsiCo to take on a challenging leadership role with Uptime Energy Drink, a start-up company in 2012.
In 2014, Bryan shifted back working in corporate America and accepted a position as West Division Sales Manager with Annie's Organic Foods until the company was purchased by General Mills. After leaving Annie’s Organic Foods, Bryan decided to make a career change and purchased CareBuilders at Home, a private-duty home care franchise.
In addition to owning and operating a successful private-duty home care franchise, Bryan was recently nominated and confirmed as a Commissioner on the Oakland Mayor's commission on Aging. Bryan currently resides in Oakland with his wife Sara and three daughters, Gabrielle, Monique and Simone.
For Previous DBMG Member of the Month Members, click HERE.
DBMG Now Part of the Norcal CFC (Combined Federal Campaign) Program
DBMG is now part of the Norcal Combined Federal Campaign program for 2016. DBMG signed up to be one of the charities Norcal Federal Employees can contribute toward. Welcome Norcal Federal Employees. To donate, our CFC# is 15990. Please go to www.norcalcfc.org to donate.