Community-focused businesses in need of your help in these trying times. The corona-virus pandemic is affecting small businesses in a variety of ways. From loss of business to remote work, things are changing fast during the COVID-19 outbreak and businesses are being forced to adapt. We are running two campaigns in one, to make things easier on us as well as contributors. These are two fairly new social impacting businesses that were founded to create better communities and provide services that communities are lacking.
During this lockdown and Covid-19 crisis, many small businesses will be seriously affected, When businesses are affected, breadwinners are also affected in the end affecting a lot of people including children who depend on these breadwinners.
Who are we?
We do not have definite business names yet but I will elaborate on the causes. Both got their start in Raleigh, North Carolina. One project focuses on the welfare of our younger population, providing them with a social outlet and new and innovative entertainment. The other focuses on women empowerment. This is a beauty/fashion business that caters to all, but mainly to a certain group of women.
Both businesses were already in demand, but even more so after this pandemic. With our expansion strategy, we hope to strengthen communities everywhere.
What We Need
We are hoping to raise a minimum of about $10,000.
The funds will go toward the cost of equipment, inventory, business space, renovations, and advertising.
We will be on a very tight budget but we greatly appreciate any help we can get. If you are unable to contribute, please help us get the word out by sharing our campaign with others.
We hereby invite you to please help us support these small businesses. When businesses face a crisis, to come out of crisis business need new clients to bring in finances and revive them.
This is a call to save our nation, Our people, We have come up with an idea that will market small businesses free of charge until the crisis is over to save small businesses and our bread winners.