Our organization transformed into PMMF Inc from BFCG Inc in 2020.

The first chapter was named. Buffalo Father’s Cooperative Group in 2000. Upon relocating to Baltimore, Maryland in 2003, the Baltimore Chapter was started. In 2016 we relocated to Rochester NY to expand and continue our spiritual vision for our organization and seek justice for all minorities being abused, wrongfully incarcerated, murdered and suicidal murder. This new chapter is designed to help eliminate the senseless black on black crime endangering our youth and the other atrocities that continue to plague our communities without effectual resolution between all cultures, races, and demography’s.

Our organization is dedicated to the life and murder-suicide of Kalief Browder and every individual that has suffered and or died due to all of the injustices identified in our website, social media platforms, blogs, and recordings.

We get our logo after 30 years of the same trend from society that has done very little effectively to change our society. NOW we resolve our problems by becoming the SOLUTION.

K Brwder1993-2015
PMMF, Inc. is a faith-based 501c3 non-profit organization that focus on individuals and the development of minorities seeking careers as police officers, correctional officials, and other fields in the judicial system. We work to lower black on black crime, and help minority communities understand the plight of racism, and other prejudices by identifying the cause of these behaviors, and eradicating them.
For over 20 years, we have concentrated on developing holistic retreats, seminars, workshops, teambuilding exercises, conferences spiritual, emotional, and addiction counseling sessions for individuals, organizations, companies, and agencies.

  • Since 1993 we have found the way to include spiritual principles while dealing with realistic issues, situations and strongholds.

  • In 2013 we received the “Certificate of Recognition” for outstanding public service work from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings -Blake of Baltimore MD.

  • Since 2017, we have focused on the theme of “Transforming Acorns into Oaktree's.” A metaphor of transforming boys to men.

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Reverend Alton L. Byrd Sr.
Founder & CEO