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MBAC Community Collaborations


Miss Black America Coed partnered with @Macy’s 11th annual Shop for a Cause-March of Dimes three day charity event on August 26-28, 2016.  The Shop for a Cause Event was a huge success, raising $3.6 million dollars, for the March of Dimes and other local charities across the country.  Of the three days, MBAC Dallas with Macy’s Southwest Center Mall in Dallas, Texas, hosted a successful weekend of events which included: MBAC personal appearances, Oklahoma City Gorgeous Glam Girls dance group, fashion show and entertainment.  Macy’s SWC-Dallas was the number one performing Macy’s in DFW during the March of Dimes weekend of events, running a 32% increase over plan sales goals.


North Texas Food Bank

Miss Black America Coed participates as North Texas Food Bank Social media ambassadors.


Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

Miss Black America Coed volunteered and participated in the Susan G. Komen 2016 Race for the cure in several cities, Little Rock, Birmingham, Dallas and Miami


State Fair of Texas Parades

Miss Black America Coed participated in 2016 State Fair of Texas Parades 


Bill Blair Day

Celebrating a Legend 2016“Bill Blair Day” event


Queen's and Princesses Scrapbook

National, State, Local Queen's and Princesses working in the community.





The Reach Higher initiative is the First Lady's effort to inspire every student in America to take charge of their future by completing their education past high school, whether at a professional training program, a community college, or a four-year college or university.

In today's economy, a high school diploma just isn't enough. Students have to reach higher, which is why the First Lady is working to rally the country around the President's "North Star" goal — that by 2020, America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates in the world.


The Reach Higher initiative will help make sure all students understand what they need to complete their education, including:

  • Exposing students to college and career opportunities
  • Understanding financial aid eligibility that can make college affordability a reality
  • Encouraging academic planning and summer learning opportunities
  • Supporting high school counselors who can help more kids get into college

Miss Black America Coed supports the Reach Higher initiative. Our college queens are leading the charge to mentor the next generation of leaders and scholars.

Colleges are All-Aboard the Miss Black America Coed Train!

Represent your college in the MBAC Pageant July 7-9, 2017 in Dallas, Texas.




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