Tag: Black Futures Micro-Grant
CLLCTIVLY has invested over $200,000 in Black-led and Black-owned businesses since its launch in 2019 On
Walter Payton Man of the Year Calais Campbell and the Rockefeller Foundation join forces to support CLLCTIVLY Covid-19 Baltimore Micro-Grant Fund
Our Top Five Vote-Getters will receive $500 and Meche Korrect was chosen to receive a professional video produced by Baltimore filmmaker, Babatunde Salaam that will be featured on CLLCTIVLY.
Are you a Spoken Word or Hip Hop artist residing in Greater Baltimore? Submit Your Video for a chance to win $500!
Kenika Walker, co-owner of CUPS Coffeehouse is one of CLLCTIVLY's #bmoreHERstory Black Futures Micro-Grant awardees.
Tendea Family is CLLCTIVLY's first Black Futures Micro-Grant recipient.