And the Winners Are, The Harlem Entrepreneurial Micro-Grant 2020 Awardees Announced

Apollo Theater, 125th St. Business Improvement District (BID) and the Harlem Commonwealth Council (HCC) congratulate the recipients of the Harlem Entrepreneurial Micro-Grant awards.

Created to provide support to small and independent Harlem businesses in financial need, twenty-two $1,000 micro-grants have been awarded to local business owners that define the culture and the vitality of Harlem.

Congratulations to the recipients listed below:

  • Grace Alignay – Custom Collaborative Fashion That Works Production
  • Stacy Blanco – Curl & Co. Hair Studio, LLC
  • Diane Da Costa – Simplee BEAUTIFUL Curly Textured BAR
  • Lori Davis – Lori Davis Consulting, Inc. (Strategic Planning and Organizational Design)
  • Angie Hancock – experience HARLEM
  • Russell Jackson – Reverence Restaurant
  • Padmore John – Tsion Café
  • Timberly Leite – Innovative Therapy Solutions
  • Sandra Mathis, CEO – Grace Kelli Cupcakes LLC
  • Sydnie Mosley – Sydnie L. Mosley Dances (SLMDances)
  • Francois Nzi – The New York Math Academy and Coaching Services (NYMACS)
  • Karina Oshiro – Common Good Harlem
  • Robert Parchment – Robert Parchment Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
  • Evetta Petty – Harlem’s Heaven Hat Shop
  • Johanne Picard – Harlem Chi Community Acupuncture
  • Tammeca Rochester – Harlem Cycle
  • Serigne M Seye – 125th Street Vendor
  • Melody Vaughn – Melody Vaughn Interiors
  • Jahkeen Washington – JTW FIT Inc.
  • Vivian Williams – Harlem Wellness Center
  • Imani Whyte-Anigboro – ImaniLia Fashions
  • Sharene Wood – Harlem Haberdashery

Learn more about the program here.

Thank you for keeping Harlem Strong.

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