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Partners

the Black Business and Professional Association (BBPA)

e-CAMP's premier partner to whom we provide mentoring services. Founded in 1983, the BBPA is a non-profit, charitable organization that addresses equity and opportunity for the Black community in business, employment, education and economic development. The BBPA sponsors the annual BBPA Harry Jerome Awards, a national awards event that recognizes and honours excellence in achievement and supports higher education through the BBPA National Scholarship Fund. In addition, the BBPA sponsors the BBPA Leaders of Tomorrow Program/Conference; BBPA Exchange; BBPA Choirfest; Martin Luther King Celebration; Annual Black Heroes Golf Tournament and National Black Business and Professional Conference.

The Inter-Organizational Resources Network (Durham) Inc. TIRND

The Inter-Organization Resources Network (Durham) Inc. (TIRND) is an umbrella not-for-profit corporation in the Durham Region currently presided by Dr. Leroy Clarke. The agency is comprised of five diverse Afrocentric community-based organizations -Canadian Jamacian Club of Oshawa (CJC)Circle Of Love Community Outreach (COLCO), Congress of Black Women of Canada, Osh/Whi (CBWC,Osh/Whi),e-CAMP MENTORing (e-CAMP), Pickering Carib-Canadian Cultural Association (PCCA).

TIRND is focused on building capacity with Afrocentric and other not-for-profit community organizations in the Durham Region and beyond for a stronger voice and impact in: Education, Mentoring and Training; Physical, Mental, Spiritual and Social Wellness; Family Life, Youth Engagement and Community Development; Job Creation, Social Justice and Economic Development.

Child Welfare Issues Being Addressed

ONtario Alliance of Black School Educators (ONABSE)

The purpose of ONABSE is to promote and facilitate the education of all students, African Canadian students in particular; to establish a coalition of African Canadian educators and others directly or indirectly involved in the educational process; to create a forum for the exchange of ideas and strategies to improve educational opportunities for African Canadians; to identify and develop African Canadian professionals who will assume leadership positions in education and to influence public policy concerning the education of African Canadian people. Dr. Leroy Clarke is currently Chair of the Students Commission.

Durham Black Educators Network (DBEN)

Coconut Cove Caribbean Cuisine

Coconunt Cove is a dedicated supporter of e-C'AMP's commitment to youth development and engagement through mentoring, training and coaching. Experience Authentic Caribbean Flavors in food and beverage in a welcoming eat-in setting or in the comfort of your own home. You can order online during business hours and have it delivered for as little as $5.00 in Oshawa and $6 or $7 in Whitby and surrounding areas. Visit their website at www.coconutcove.ca for more details.

Circle Of Love Community Outreach and 360 0f Love

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