ELEVATE Direct Impact Dollars Initiative on King 5 TV

Check out this brief video clip about the ELEVATE Direct Impact Dollars Initiative, taken from a TV interview on King 5’s “Weekend” show, and featuring one of the “inaugural” DID business Awardees

The ELEVATE Direct Impact Dollars (DID) Initiative

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Leveraging The Power of Our Collective Dollars

The ELEVATE Movement is a Movement to ELEVATE the consciousness of African Americans in the Greater Seattle area for positive change through its Four Pillars:  Black Money & Business; Black Healthy Love Relationships; Black Health, Wellness and Healing; and Black Personal Growth & Spiritual Development.


You are invited to be a Voluntary Contributor to the ELEVATE Direct Impact Dollars (DID) Initiative, a community-based economic empowerment initiative that a part of the ELEVATE Black Money and Business “Pillar.”  

  

Your Contribution is Tax-Deductible and you will receive a mailed statement at the end of the year.

  

Chief Visionary of the ELEVATE Movement: Debrena Jackson Gandy

Questions? OR to contact Debrena:  Info@MillionDollarMentor.net

Office: 206-878-8163

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We Invite You To Join Us

The ELEVATE DID Initiative is about leveraging the power of our collective dollars to directly impact and financially empower African-American owned businesses in the Greater Seattle area . 


Become a Voluntary Contributor to the DID Initiative Today. 

  

Your Contribution is Tax-Deductible and you will receive a mailed statement at the end of the year.


Contribution checks can be mailed or a Contribution can be made electronically. 


Click on the link below to submit your payment  today. 

CONTRIBUTE

To Mail in Your Contribution:

You can mail in your contribution by check. Make checks payable to NWILC and mail to:  

Masterminds, 24043 - 19th Avenue South, Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98198. Thank you !

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Cycle One Successfully Completed!

DID Initiative Update

  

The ELEVATE Direct Impact Dollars Initiative has successfully completed Cycle 1 of the Initiative, and is now in Cycle 2, where Community Contributors are being invited to contribute, and another round of African-American businesses will receive repayable “awards” to support their growth and expansion.