Men of Vision

"It is easier to build strong children, than to repair broken men"

-Fredrick Douglas

On January 31, 2015 Ebony Vision embarked on a journey.  This journey was necessary and would impact future generations.  January is " National Mentoring Month" and it is during that time we joined over 200-cities and started a mentoring group for African American males 12 years & up in our community called Men of Vision!

The program is open to all.  However, their is special interest on African American males. 

Mission: To be a positive light & support for our young  boys in the Fond du Lac community.  This program will help them to be successful in all that they want to achieve. 

Objective:​ We are committed to assisting our boys to be the best that they can be.

Outcome:​ Create viable life plans and make good choices, overcoming barriers as you become leaders in your community.

Monthly Themes:  Thought provoking discussions on topics like accountability, leadership, how to be advocate for yourself and others.

We also like for the mentees to have fun, like going taking them to a Bucks game or like for our Feb. meeting we are getting a tour of Aurora by Dr. Lanier (this session has been rescheduled).

Meeting Times & Dates: 11:00am-1:30pm-Last Saturday of the month-FDL Public Library/Midstates Training Room

​​​​​Jan. 26, 2019-​ Feb. 23, 2019 (Black History)-​March 30, 2019
​April 27, 2019-May 25, 20179-​​June 21, 2019 (JUNETEENTH)

​This session: "They Will Be What They See"

Panelist of 5-Professional African American men who came to support our mentees. 

This session: Tour of Aurora's Surgical Dept by Dr. Lanier

This session: "Internet Safety" by Officer Keywon Brown

If you would like more information about Ebony Vision's Mentoring Program: Men of Vision ​Please contact us below.

This session: What are your plans for your life and what are your steps to reach your goal.

No matter what your goal in life is, you must have a plan of action.

Working together to foster a more inclusive community