Addressing the disparities in compensation and financial equity that exist for Black Women Entrepreneurs by empowering them to transform their small businesses into generational wealth assets–another critical step on the roadmap to addressing racial equity.
Your donation supports:
Financial assistance for Small Business Food Entrepreneurs of Color, so they can purchase food service permits, access crucial coaching services, and more
The (Eco)HUB™, a private community for Black Women Entrepreneurs (BWE) in San Diego supported by wrap-around business support in the areas of marketing, money, mindset, and mentoring through:
A private online platform for BWE to connect with one-another and access individualized support and resources.
Workshops on marketing, financial literacy, and other relevant topics, facilitated by Black Women.
Growth Mindset Coaching and a Mentorship Program provided by Black Women.
Compensation for facilitators, coaches, and others leading these programs.
Current Fundraising Challenge:
Addressing Food Inequities in San Diego & Supporting Aspiring Small Business Food Entrepreneurs of Color:
$800 Covers the cost of an Annual Food Permit and Business Coaching Session for one Small Business Food Entrepreneur of Color
$600Covers the cost of an Annual Permit for one Small Business Food Entrepreneur of Color
$200 Covers the cost of a coaching Sessions for one Small Business Food Entrepreneur of Color
Any Amount Combined with donations from others, covers the cost of an Annual Food Permit and Business Coaching Session for one Small Business Food Entrepreneur of Color
The cost of the County of San Diego Food Permit often acts as a barrier for aspiring Food Entrepreneurs, hindering their path to success. By pairing the permit with a business coaching session, we aim to empower these Entrepreneurs to scale their business. Your donation will support Food Entrepreneurs like these:
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