Yonkers — The 100 Black Fathers For Change in conjunctions with Stew Leonard hosted their first annual Toy Drive at John Rubbo’s establishment, The Yonkers Brewing Company (92 Main Street). Friday night was an official 100 Black Fathers Meet & Greet and Toy Drive. Sunday will be the toy distribution.
“Covid has made it very challenging for many families in our community,” John Morrison – President of the 100 Black Fathers For Change shared with Black Westchester. “As the President of the 100 Black Fathers For Change, we are dedicated to Uplift and Encourage our youth, and during this Holiday Season we’ve come together to bring smiles to as many Parents and children in our community as we can.”
Many people donated toys and Latin Reign Radio Show host was very instrumental in helping to make the event a success.
The Westchester 100 Black Fathers for Change is a committed organization of Black Men whose mission is to restore optimal manhood levels and establish harmony, balance, and order in Black families and communities throughout Westchester County and beyond. They will address the inequities in educational, economic, employment, and social systems that sow the seeds for poverty, disrespect our women, and create crime and violence.