We are closing out August and starting this week with more big news: 

Save the date for Spirit & Soul Festival 2020! 
Saturday, October 17 | 4pm-6pm | Live streaming online

Mark your calendars and get ready to celebrate, relax, and dance all from the comfort of your home. That’s right: Spirit & Soul Festival is going virtual!

But wait, there’s more! We have two ways that you can join the party right now.
Become a Supporter – Sponsorships start at $500 & executive producer credits start at $5
Join the Virtual Stage – Answer our call for youth acts to perform

Made in Richmond PPE Fundraiser

This campaign is about protecting lives and livelihoods. The COVID19 pandemic has created hardships for our communities. From speaking with our residents and businesses we saw a need to increase access to PPE, create opportunities for local manufacturers to operate, and engage youth in the campaign to slow the spread of COVID19. This partnership with Travis Credit Union Foundation is a win, win, three ways!

30 Days Left to Make an Impact!

Mask Logo Contest

Hey Richmond young folks: Show us your artistic talent! Submit your mask logo designs that promote Covid19 prevention/safety, positivity, and/or Richmond pride. The first 20 submissions will get their design printed on a T-shirt for free. The winning design will be printed on the cloth face masks and the artist will be featured across our digital platforms. 

Submissions due this Friday, September 4!

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FREE Access to Capital & Debt Restructuring Workshop 

Webinar Recording & Presentation Deck Coming Soon!

THIS WEEK’S TOP #SupportLocalSafely PICKS

National Black-Owned Business Month Spotlights *community serving organizations edition*

  • Building Blocks for Kids Collaborative Amplifies the voices of parents/caregivers of color and partners with them to advance equitable access and opportunities for all youth to have quality education and all families to achieve emotional and physical well-being.
  • Safe Return Project Invested in building a base of power at the political, social, and economic level of formerly incarcerated persons across the State of California, addressing the root causes of poverty and the impact that the criminal justice system has had on black people and communities of color
  • Reentry Success Center A beacon of hope, healing, and justice for formerly incarcerated people and their families.
  • Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center Dedicated to helping women and men who traditionally lack access to resources and information to achieve financial self-sufficiency through entrepreneurship

More: Downtown Businesses Directory

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