Our goal is to raise $3,000 to hold a bike ride against economic injustice and seed grants to be distributed to organizations in Southeast Queens to provide 10 entrepreneurs access to capital to start a new business.
On June 14th, the BlaQue Resource Network rallied against economic injustice on the steps of Queens Borough Hall. We are putting our solutions into action by providing access to capital to young entrepreneurs to help them start a new business in Southeast Queens.
The funds raised will be distributed to organizations listed on this page. These organizations were identified to help children and young adults throughout Southeast Queens. These organizations are tasked with identifying youth they work with that have a passion to start a new business that will serve the Southeast Queens community.
We choose the starting point address of the ride to ensure all participants and Southeast Queens know where they can get help to start their small business. This is the location of the Small Business Development Center at York College.
This event is organized by the BlaQue Resource Network, a collective of leaders and members of Southeast Queens whose goal is progress for our community.
You can find the bike route here.
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The average share raises $97.
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