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GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

THESE NONPROFIT ORGANIZATIONS ARE THE ONES WHO ARE REALLY HELPING OUR LOCAL BLACK COMMUNITY.  IF YOU CAN THINK OF ANYMORE WHO ARE REALLY PUTTING IN THE WORK FOR US THEN, BY ALL MEANS, HIT THE CONTACT BUTTON AND LET US KNOW.


You can DONATE to Black Wall Street Lexington by clicking on the donations tab in the lefthand control panel and following the directions. Thank you for your support family.
   




C.O.O.L.  (Community Organizers of Lexington)

They are all about
the reduction of crime & violence by addressing poverty.

Community Organizers of Lexington Co.
Office #: (859) 552-0801
• Brannon Dunn Executive Director
• Corey Dunn President Community Relations Director
• Quentin Roberts
Youth Sports Director
• Timothy Johnson
Resource Director



The Frankfort/Lexington(KY)Chapter of The Links,Inc 
They give out artist scholarships, donate to programs, and they also donate to the
Roots and Heritage,etc.

(You can make an online donation to them at the following link)
http://www.frankfortlexingtonlinksinc.org/#!contact-
us/c24vq



Black Church Coalition of the Bluegrass, Inc. 
Black Church Coalition of the Bluegrass Inc provides help
with rent, utilities, etc.

Funds can be mailed to P. O. Box 12209 Lexington, KY
40581-2209




Alphi Phi Alpha Education Foundation 
They provide scholarships and teach reading after school to elementary children.

You can donate by sending a check to:
Alpha Phi Alpha
Fraternity, Inc. P O Box 1248 Lexington, Ky. 40588-2248
Make check payable to Alpha Beta Lambda Chapter Education Foundation. Your donations are appreciated. A receipt will be sent to you.

(More info on the Alphi Phi Alpha Education Foundation's
scholarship and Reading Program is on their website at the following link)
www.lexingtonalpha.org









SISTERS ROAD TO FREEDOM, INC.

They work with women and assist with emergency assistance. The S.R.T.F. also works with women seeking employment or other social service assistance. They have a FREE summer program, Molding Of Generation Divas, held at the Lexington Public Library. They recruit experts (medical doctors, nutritionists, educators, bankers, coaches,) to come and educate and empower women and teen girls on various issues of importance to the family.

The director, Sister Therese Warrick, has the 2014 Coretta Scott King Spirit of Ivy Award for Community Leadership.  She also does workshops for churches, schools and other organizations. She is the Director of Women's Ministry at Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church and I can go on and on and on about her because her track record for doing for the community is that extensive.

Director: Therese Warrick
Contact: sistersroadtofreedom@twc.com

You can send donations to them by mail to:
Sisters Road To Freedom, Inc.
P.O. Box 1084
Lexington, KY 40588-1084

For more information, please visit their website at:
www.sistersroadtofreedom.org








Yolo Lexington's 
Nonviolence Movement

Yolo's nonviolence movement is brought to you by
Timeless Entertainment which is a sole proprietorship that has the support and backing of East Second Street Christian Church. They plan to do it big by bringing world famous acts to Lexington this year (namely Master P).

You can donate to their cause at the following link:
http://yololexington.wix.com/2014#!donate-here/c1x2k



Download the "BWSLEX" app on your android from the google playstore so that you can locate the black business alternatives in the Lexington area. It's completely free with no hidden fees or anything.  Also download the five-o app as a measure to protect our people from police brutality. It's also free at the google playstore. BLACK POWER!

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