Asian Americans for Housing and Environmental Justice

Asian Americans for Housing and Environmental Justice provides culturally competent, in-language support and immediate, direct aid, economic development to at-risk and unhoused BIPOC.

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  • LIVE ·2021 Grants Challenge

    Reimagining Nano-Entrepreneurship Mutual Mentorship

    Business and professional skills mentorship program for low-income, older and senior BIPOC LGBTQ+ to start-up or expand a nano-business. A nano-business is defined as having no full-time employees and one part-time owner operator. Examples of nano-businesses include a small house plant business, button making business, and recycling. The initial investment or cost to grow is $1000 or less. The return on investment after the first three months should be in the range of $100-$1000 per month. Beneficiaries will be part of an alumni network.