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UNFINISHED BUSINESS

A PROGRAM FOR SUPPORT

A new program by Hennessy that provides immediate relief and long-term support to Black, Asian, and Latinx small-business owners.

Black, Asian, and Latinx business owners have always had to overcome great obstacles to success. And in the era of COVID-19, these individuals are fighting harder than ever against a range of inequalities that stand in their way.

Hennessy is launching Unfinished Business, a new program that will provide urgent funding and access to vital resources for the small business owners who bind our communities together.
 
 
 

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COMMUNITY PARTNERS

In order to provide immediate relief, Hennessy has enlisted three national organizations already working to support businesses in their respective communities. Unfinished Business will provide funds to the Asian American Business Development Center, the Hispanic Federation, and One Hundred Black Men to ensure support is distributed directly at the community-level among those who need it the most.

ADVISORY COUNCIL PARTNER

AABDC

The Asian American Business Development Center (AABDC), along with Hispanic Federation and the One Hundred Black Men, stand together with Hennessy philanthropy to support neighborhood small businesses in New York.

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ADVISORY COUNCIL PARTNER

HISPANIC FEDERATION

Hispanic Federation (HF) is the nation’s premier Latino nonprofit membership organization. Founded in 1990, HF seeks to empower and advance the Hispanic community, support Hispanic families, and strengthen Latino institutions through work in the areas of education, health, immigration, civic engagement, economic empowerment, & the environment.

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ADVISORY COUNCIL PARTNER

ONE HUNDRED BLACK MEN

For over 50 years, One Hundred Black Men has worked with government, corporations, and community leaders to transform economic and social policy, as well as launch independent programs and organizations that serve low-income communities. Our members include leaders across the business, political, and non-profit sectors in New York.

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