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Support businesses from #MIDS2021 Secure the Bag: Buy Black 

ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

The Minneapolis-St. Paul Alumnae Chapter partners with community organizations to help individuals understand all aspects of financial planning and money management. We build educational elements around economic development with our internal programs to assist youth and adults. This is also further enhanced through supporting or regional and national initiatives.

 

Recent programs include Secure the Bag: Buy Black, dfree and the billion d$llar challenge. Secure the Bag was an online event held on October 16, 2021 to encourage support of Black-owned businessesdfree is designed to empower individuals to live debt free. dfree™ living means No Debt, No Deficits, No Delinquencies. The Chapter held its first community dfree event in February 2018. In addition to introducing the twelve-week curriculum, representatives in the areas of finance, insurance, real estate, and tax planning were on hand to address individual concerns. 

The billion d$llar challenge is a national initiative and free resource with the objective of leading families to collectively pay down $1 billion dollars in consumer debt. The billion d$llar Challenge encourages individuals and groups to set debt reduction goals and support one another to reach them.

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Black-Owned Business Directory

 

The Minneapolis-St. Paul Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated provides this business listing as a resource and does not necessarily endorse any of the businesses listed in this directory.