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100 days of resources for 100 Black women-owned businesses

Black women start 763 new businesses every day. In fact, they’re the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in America, yet they still lack access to the resources they need to grow their businesses. 

In partnership with IFundWomen of Color, American Express recognizes the importance of a group of inspirational entrepreneurs growing most rapidly and has launched the 100 for 100 program, providing $25,000 grants & 100 days of resources to 100 Black women-owned businesses.

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These Black women entrepreneurs are not just founding businesses, they are founding change. Now you have the opportunity to support these founders and help them make an impact by funding their campaigns.


Tampa, FL

HBCU Culture Shop

Help the HBCU Culture Shop provide more representation for HBCU's, (Historically Black Colleges and Universities), and Black Alumni!

384% Funded
0Days Left
Social Good
Gary, IN

Bri's Dance Place

We don't just teach dance, we teach life! We're keeping our dancers happy, healthy, and safe in a loving environment.

30% Funded
280Days Left
Art + Music
Social Good
Fort washington, MD

Flavors, the "WeWork" of Kitchen Spaces

Flavors is a member-based, commercial kitchen and workspace incubator with a focus in elevating black & brown culinary entrepreneurs.

56% Funded
0Days Left
Business Services
Portland, OR

Mamey says 'Drink Ya Juice!'

A black owned full-service wellness company with the belief that wellness should be accessible, welcoming & fiercely enjoyable for everyone.

32% Funded
0Days Left
Brookyln, NY

Apostrophe Puzzles

Apostrophe Puzzles creates modern, fun, and vibrant jigsaw puzzles that showcase the work of contemporary artists of color.

439% Funded
0Days Left
Art + Music
Modern Media
Social Good

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