San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation

San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation, your community foundation bridging the gap between cultures and Generations. Come join us to make San Bernardino an all American city again.


2019 Senior King and Queen

Garry and Verlena Maxwell 2019  with former Senior Kings and Queens


Jim King, a member of the San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation, Inc., twenty-eight years ago brought forth to the San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation the idea to host an annual event to recognize our unsung heroes. Unanimously, the San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation embraced the project…And has been recognizing unsung heroes since.
San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation is honoring several unsung heroes for their volunteer efforts. The individuals below did not seek recognition; friends, co-workers, family
members or neighbors recommended them. A formal recognition will take place at the  San Bernardino Doubletree Hotel on Hospitality Lane on Friday, September 14, 2018. These unsung heroes are:
Humanitarian of the Year – Chehab & Bricia Elawar
Community Service – Rev. Reginald Woods
Black Rose – Richard Goldson
Black Rose – Jonathan Buffong
Black Rose – Ezekiel Adeleke
 San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation will like to congratulate 2018 Humanitarian, Community Service and Black Rose Awards recipients.

2018 Senior King and Queen

San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation welcome 2018 Senior King and Queen Celestine & Don Griggs. Scholarship Awards recipients Jalen Stevenson and Jaylan Neal with R Corey Davis and former Senior Kings & Queens attending the Reception.
Scholarship Awards recipients 
Jalen Stevenson,  17 , student, Cajon H S, 4.85 GPA  in the Complete Honors/International Baccalaureate  Program.   Mr Stevenson intends to enroll at UCLA, to continue his progress toward graduate degree(s) in Clinical Psychology.
Jaylan Neal, 17, student, Cajon H S,   4.3 GPA,  in the International Baccalaureate Program.   Ms Neal intends to enroll at U C Riverside, in the Biomedical Sciences Program , enroute to complete medical school, as a Pediatrician.

Rosalind Belser – SBHS – 4.26 GPA                                                                                                          Jayla Griffin – Cajon High School – 3.92 GPA

San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation new President
Arlington Rodgers Jr.

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2016 Scholarship Awards Winners


Abraham Asari, Jasmine Alexander, Alexander Mattison, and Raelicio Morris


Miss Black San Bernardino 2015

MBS 2015

Desiree McKenzie

Miss Black San Bernardino Scholarship Pageant

Click below for Miss Black San Bernardino Scholarship Pageant donations.