The Inspire Change Award presented by ConocoPhillips, Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages and Miller Lite has partnered with the Texans to create a $ 400,000 grant to support social justice and racial equity efforts in Houston.

Mission Statement: The Chauncy Glover Project (CGP) is an extensive hands-on mentoring program and federally approved 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization that was created to transform inner-city teens into honest and accomplished gentlemen.

Area of ​​interest: anti-bacterial / anti-racism, youth diversity training, education, history of minority groups in America, education, access to mental health support, racial equity, relationship policing

Learn more about the Chauncy Glover Project: The Chauncy Glover Project (CGP) recognizes the significant level of concern about the underachievement of black and Latino men relative to their peers. We are determined to stand up for social justice and question the roles of power, privilege and oppression that have led to this achievement gap. The program helps black and Latino men who have potential but lack the guidance and support needed to be successful after high school graduation through culturally and gender-appropriate mentorship. The framework of our program provides a unique opportunity for young men of color to experience academic success by establishing a sense of trust, brotherhood, empowerment and responsibility, not found in their daily experiences. Grant funds will be used to help pay for staff, professional services provided including tutoring / test preparation and workshop facilitators, field trips, program activities and mentoring conferences, supplies and equipment such as food, program materials, uniforms, staff education and training, and branding / marketing

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