Miss Black America Coed is produced by Black All-American Pageant system INC. a nonprofit 501c3 organization.  Miss Black America Coed is impacting the next generation through Leadership, Education and Community Service, awarding MBAC division winners up to $10,000 in annual academic college scholarships. 

Miss Black America Coed volunteers and contestants contribute over thousands of community service hours annually, through mentorships, educational workshops, tutoring and recently taking on  national causes such as; Domestic Violence, Hunger, Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure and Macy’s shop for a cause March of Dimes.

Miss Black America Coed is committed to helping college educated women, young women and young girls to achieve excellence by encouraging the next generation of leaders and scholars to further their education and mentor those who will follow.

Miss Black America Coed is more than a title, it’s a movement of empowering college educated women, young women and young girls to achieve their dreams by providing quality academic college scholarships and honoring their commitment to community service.

Miss Black America Coed partnered with Macy’s Southwest Center, Dallas, Texas  2016 shop for a Cause- March of Dimes, as a result Macy’s Southwest Center was the number one performing Macy’s in DFW during Macy’s 2016 Shop for A Cause three day weekend event performing 32% over sales plan.

Miss Black America Coed is approved to participate in North Texas 2016 Giving Day

Miss Black America Coed is registered to volunteer in Susan G. Komen 2016 Race for the Cure in four cities; Boston, MA, Dallas TX, Houston, TX, and Miami, FL