We want to acknowledge our sponsors for their contributions to our little company. We appreciate you!
Kidault is a car service specifically designed with parents and their children in mind. They offer newborn transportation from the hospital to home, to doctors appointments, mommy-and-me classes, or anywhere around town. Don’t have a car seat? Kidault’s vehicles have at least one convertible car seat in every vehicle. They offer school transportation and carpools to school as well.
College4U Online Learning Center is designed to provide individuals from all walks of life with the enlightenment of resources by re-shaping the college narrative and highlighting the college experience holistically. They focus on entrepreneurship, financial literacy, and higher education.
Your Computer Needs of Toledo, LLC
Your Computer Needs of Toledo, LLC is an African-American woman-owned limited liability company that is celebrating year 15 of the motto "Computer Training & MORE That Comes To You!" Due to COVID-19, the company provides at this time only online and e-mobile computer training and consulting services. The company also as an Authorized Amazon Influencer. They sell computers and accessories online.
Online and e-mobile trainings offered during COVID-19 include basic computer literacy, keyboarding/typing, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access, Outlook, and Publisher. Products (all online) include free industry trade publications, video marketing, and Internet research reports. Additional services include public speaking, workshops/seminars, virtual training, virtual consulting, virtual assistance, and conference/convention assistance.
Lamour Life Empowerment
Lamour Life Empowerment is operated by Stephanie Lamour. She is a spiritual wellness coach; as one of her many duties, she teaches people strategies and principles for gaining divine success from everyday challenges. She also creates and facilitates workshops that promote mental, emotional, and spiritual growth for adults, children, and adolescents.
Designs By Tee
Designs By Tee was initiated when a Brooklyn social worker named Tee realized she did not have the money necessary to provide assistance to individuals she came into contact with on a day to day basis. After discussion with a colleague, she decided to find a way to fund her efforts independently. Social workers are known to be innovative, but not always fashionably creative. Her strong faith in God and love for humanity is the driving force behind her inspiration in designs.
As a graduate from Pennsylvania State University and NYU, her career has been centered around children and families. She has worked in a variety of settings, but she finds working with disadvantaged children and families to be her purpose.
Tee is innovative, creative, and humble, and continues to remain true to her passion. It is for this reason that 10% of all sales go to providing assistance to local disadvantaged children and families in Brooklyn NYC. The number of homeless people now in shelters is around 63,000. When you support Designs By Tee, not only will you look fashionable but you are also helping to reach someone in need. She continues to consult various programs throughout the city and fosters social enterprise by collaborating with other small business owners (local print shops and graphic designers).
The staff at D-Va Photography are experts in youth sports, dance, and corporate portrait photography - with a focus on simplicity! They offer online ordering, a seamless photo day process, and composed group images (allowing group images without everyone being together). They will make your memories last forever.
YOUTH (Youth Orchestra of Urban Towns and Hoods)
When students feel their presence and culture is valued, music educators have a higher chance of connecting and developing students as lifelong participants in music. YOUTH believes that students can receive quality orchestral education from music of a variety of cultures, genres, and styles. YOUTH supports inclusion and representation in orchestral performance by including music of composers of color as an integral part of the string curriculum from day one. Through a curriculum such as this, they hope to increase minority participation and shift the traditional image of an orchestra. Many programs address the issue of inclusion through outreach and fellowships to underrepresented students and musicians. Along with giving underrepresented students access to quality orchestral education, YOUTH addresses the gap in representation through their curriculum. They believe students will continue to be lifelong participants of orchestral performance if they see the music of their culture as an integral part of the string curriculum. They will not only teach music of the African Diaspora but aspires to teach strings through the music of many underrepresented cultures in orchestral performance.
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