Kings Wear Crowns Charity Date Auction

Kings Wear Crowns is a charity date auction celebrating the beauty of the natural-haired man. A portion of proceeds benefit a local non-profit, and all eligible applicants must be 21-40 years of age with natural hair and/or facial hair more than 2 inches in length.  


2017 EVENT

Charity Recipient:
Nominations Open Until September 15th

Celebrity Date: 
Nominations Open Until September 15th 


2015 RECAP

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Charity Recipient: Mothers of Black Boys (MOBB Inc.)

Mothers of Black Boys, Incorporated is a nonprofit support group for mothers raising black boys. We strive to support each other and establish healthy relationships to better address the needs of our sons. MOBB, Inc. was established to offer resources, support, and networking opportunities that improve the overall growth and development of black males.

This organization is beneficial as it provides parents of black males with a non-discriminatory support system, whereby they are able to exchange experiences, solutions, and opportunities that they would not otherwise be accessible to them. The sons of members of MOBB, Inc. will form a brotherhood to help them deal with life issues as a unit. We believe in giving back to the community. Community service is a significant part of our initiatives, where we focus on giving a hand to other mothers and their sons.

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Celebrity Date: Devan Dunson, Co-Director of Black Men Smile

Devan Dunson is a Dillon, SC, native and multi-faceted model, actor, musician, and teacher who proves that models are capable of being more than just being seen and not heard. The Hampton University graduate is Co-Director of Black Men Smile, a minority empowerment project showcasing black men smiling in the form of t-shirts. He also co-directs the Beautiful In Every Shade college tour, a grassroots effort affirming and celebrating the beauty found in every human being. He has led affirmation workshops at Emory University, the University of Georgia, the University of Arizona, and Clark Atlanta University. As an activist, he founded The FreeDEM Campaign, working to combat hunger and homelessness. He’s also been featured in Essence Magazine, on CNN’s Black in America, BET, USA, Bravo, and VH1 as a performing artist.