Statistics

Mission Statement

Since its founding in 2003 by Harry Sydney as a non-profit 501(c)3 organization, My Brother’s Keeper has provided “Straight Talk – Sound Direction” mentoring to more than 9,300 men and boys to help them develop the knowledge and skills to take charge of their lives and make healthy choices. My Brother’s Keeper is dedicated to providing “Straight Talk – Sound Direction” mentoring services to assist individuals in dealing with the hardships of life by helping them live with Integrity, Respect, and Standards. We are committed to providing our clients with the knowledge and skill to make positive decisions and changes in their lives. All persons are welcome regardless of race, creed, color, or ethnic background.

Member Demographics

  • Caucasian: 35%
  • African American: 25%
  • Latino: 15%
  • Asian: 10%
  • Native American: 10%
  • Other: 5%

Gender

  • Male: 100%

Ages

  • 11-15 year olds: 21%
  • 16-25 year olds: 37%
  • 26-40 year olds: 33%
  • 40-65 year olds: 9%

Financials

Your support has made this program possible. Fundraising, grants, and donations help us continue to serve lower income at-risk boys and men with effective mentoring services designed to teach them to develop the skills they need to improve their life and make healthy choices. Ultimately your contribution helps your community!

Expenses

  • Program: 85%
  • Management and General: 13%
  • Fundraising: 2%

Revenue

  • Grants: 40%
  • Special Events: 34%
  • Donations: 13%
  • Client Fees: 11%
  • Brown County Contract: 1%
  • AODA Services: 1%

2013 Summary

My Brother’s Keeper Male Mentoring Program conducted:

Number of individuals served by this program-2013 (One-on-One Mentoring): 1,750
This number represents the total number of One-on-One Mentoring sessions held in this past year. The number of sessions attended by each individual client varies according to their needs.

Number of individuals served by this program- 2013 (Group Forum Sessions – Schools): 1,041
This number represents the total number of students attending the Group Forum Sessions in the past year. Students may attend multiple sessions according to their needs.

713 of individuals served by this program-2013 (Group Mentoring Sessions – Brown County Juvenile Detention Center):
This number represents the total number of juveniles attending the Group Mentoring Sessions in the past year. Juveniles may attend multiple sessions according to their needs. Therefore, the number of individual served is less than the number shown.

Upcoming Event

Time Left For this Event
  • Days
  • Hours
  • Minutes
  • Seconds
An evening with Coach Dick Bennett-Wisconsin Basketball Icon

Thursday, December 4, 2014 The Marq Banquet and Catering 2310 Lineville Road Doors open at 5:30 pm Join

12/04/2014 - 05:00 am The Marq Banquet and Catering

Read more