NEW YORK, Aug. 2, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --
FundBLACKFounders announced as a beneficiary of the Supermaker's
Entrepreneurial Dream Project Award. The start-up was one of only
two awardees to receive $50,000 in
non-dilutive grant funding.
In addition to the grant funding, FundBLACKFounders will also
receive mentoring from the Supermaker Mentor Network, a network of
acclaimed business leaders and experts from companies including
Blavity, Adidas, Unilever, Colgate, Create & Cultivate, and
"FundBLACKFounders is the Future of Funding for Black-Owned
Businesses & Startups! The money and mentorship from the
Supermaker's Entrepreneurial Dream Project will significantly
amplify the work we are doing. We are just getting started. So much
more to come!" said Renee King, CEO
& Founder of FundBLACKFounders
Submissions for the Supermaker's Entrepreneurial Dream Project
Award closed on June 15th, 2020, and
included over 1800 applications.
"We are incredibly grateful to the Supermaker's team for
creating this opportunity and recognizing the need for the work we
are doing. We are excited to have them join us on this journey."
FundBlackFounders was founded to address the lack of funding
resources afforded to Black Founders. This funding would help the
organization continue to support the crowd-funding platform and
source additional resources for Black founders.
For more information about the Supermaker's Entrepreneurial
Dream Project Award visit:
FundBlackFounders (FBF) is a rewards based crowdfunding platform
and funding ecosystem for Black-Owned Small Businesses &
Startups. FBF empowers Black founders by combining culturally
relevant resources, coaching, crowdfunding and community.
SOURCE Fund Black Founders