RESOURCES IN THE COMMUNITY
Allapattah Collaborative CDC
Our goal is to protect and strengthen the identity, charm and cultural appeal of our Allapattah neighborhood, as well as other ethnic communities in Miami, by ensuring long term residents are able to thrive in an environment plagued with disparities, misinformation and disinvestment.
Florida SBDC at FIU
Florida SBDC at FIU's business finance experts assist small business owners with all aspects of business finance.
Florida State Minority Supplier Development Coalition
The FSMSDC fosters the development of minority-owned businesses throughout South Florida. Central to FSMSDC’s mission is the principle that networks and relationships among and between minority businesses and corporate and government buyers build businesses.The Council’s main function is to register and certify minority-owned businesses.
Education and Employment Programming empower women, youth and children of all ages to succeed academically and in the work world.
MDC Idea Center
Come and learn how to develop the proper mindset and methods to be in control of your money. We will help you establish a solid foundation to handle your money and boost your financial intelligence.
Geography: South Florida
For more information, contact Gustavo Grande at firstname.lastname@example.org
Maven Leadership Collective
Maven Leadership Collective is an ideas lab that harnesses the power of diversity and belonging to build resilient communities. Maven specializes in inspiring talented change agents who are at a critical juncture in their careers or in the lifecycle of the organizations seeking to create solutions that drive performance and promote sustainability
Miami Bayside Foundation
Since September of 2015, MBF has presented Small Business Training for minority-owned businesses in the City of Miami.
Opa-locka Community Development Corporation
The Opa-locka Community Development Corporation (OLCDC) transforms under-resourced communities into vibrant, desirable, engaged neighborhoods by improving access to health, education, employment, art, safety, economic development and affordable housing
Prospera is an economic development, nonprofit organization specialized in providing bilingual assistance to Hispanic entrepreneurs trying to establish or expand their business.