A movement dedicated to uplifting, educating, and encouraging black entrepreneurs to become successful and independent.
In May of 2020, George Floyd was killed, sparking a wave of nation-wide protests against police brutality. In some cases, these demonstrations turned from passionate calls for justice, to unwarranted destruction that damaged black-owned businesses.
As our founders witnessed the effects of pain caused by centuries of racism, discrimination, and inequality, it was clear more needed to be done to rebuild, but also strengthen black-owned businesses. ABOR was born.
Empower our community by helping existing businesses survive challenging times.
Develop entrepreneurs with training and start-up grants.
Fund Non-profits that invest in the social well-being of the neighborhood.