Empower Youth Through Leadership Development
The purpose of the program is to involve boys in positive interaction with positive successful men in preparation for adolescence and adulthood.
In our program we encourage young men to set goals for college or for an occupation; we support and help them achieve these goals. Our teams of mentors work in group settings so that everyone gets the knowledge of what it takes to succeed. Everyone has the opportunity to become a leader and given the proper resources these young men will be all they can be.
We feel compelled to address the problems plaguing our at-risk youth. We must recognize not only their worth but also their significance for survival of their families. They are our hope for the future.
Coming of Kings
"Teaching young men to be the leaders they were born to be"
We will instill pride and hope in our young men to enable them to be productive community leaders to influence their family and peers. As families are influenced, the communities will change. Making good decisions begins with getting information, we will provide that information through our mentoring programs.
We will provide our young men positive images within the community that will assist them in cultivating and developing leadership skills that will allow them to grow in wisdom and stature.
Teaching and Mentoring
Recreational activities (Playing Chess)
Social Learning and Cultural Awareness
The greatest barriers in most young men lives are crime, family support, male role models, and lack of financial resources. Coming of Kings programs will instill confidence and social skills in young men to overcome their barriers to living a crime-free and self-sufficient life. Our programs consists of:
Coming of Kings intend to make an impact by contributing to the well-being of our youth by building trust and relationships over time.
How We Impact Our Youth
Young men ages 10 to 19 living in Harford county seeking mentoring is welcome to enroll. An enrollment form must be filled out.
How to Enroll
Looking for men who at one time during adolescents, were labeled at risk or troubled youth. We need speakers and anyone who is willing to spend an hour of their time to have discussions with our youth.
Edgewood Recreational Center
1980 Brookside Drive
Edgewood, MD 21040
1:00pm to 3:00pm
Due to COVID-19 we will take all precautionary measures to keep our youths safe. We will continue to follow CDC guidelines to reduce risk by wearing masks.
Making a donation is easy and can be done online or by contacting the organization. Your contribution directly supports the youth and the programs and helps empower young men for a better future.