Black Owned Businesses Are Receiving Financial Help
Black-owned businesses are receiving financial help from one million dollar fund.

On Sunday, the Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce announced that they would be raising one million dollars for the Black Business Relief Grant fund to help black-owned businesses affected by the COVID-19 start again, said a CBS8 report. The Central San Diego Black Chamber of Commerce or CSDBCC was founded to raise funds to help black-owned businesses.

The CSDBCC President, Donna DeBerry said that the organization plans to raise a million dollars in the next sixty days. 

CSDBCC To Raise Funds To Help Black-Owned Businesses

Quote by Donna Deberry

Other organizations like Urban League, Asian Business Association, and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce gave their support and told stories of how CSDBCC was always there when they needed support. 

Since the launch of its campaign, they have already connected with other organizations, corporations and government officials, stated DeBerry.

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