Q/A


WHAT IS THE PLAN?


The plan is to get as many people as possible to like, subscribe, follow and share our pages on all socil mediaa platforms and/or donate as much as possible and as often as possible into N.I.A-7 so we can help urban families, business and communities fund trainings businesses, and real-estate. 


WHERE DOES THE FUNDING COME FROM?


The funding comes from people like you that want to help minority people become successful and improve our commuities. This is set up to keep us going and it goes back into our communities and families. 


WHO CAN HELP? 


 Anyone can donate. People that want to donate large amounts of money can donate through our umbrella 501 (c3) corporation for a tax write-off.


WHAT DOES MY DOLLAR DO?


Your dollars help N.I.A-7 INC. to implement our Entrepreneur Program that will help fund minorities in urban communities start businesses. 


WHO CAN APPLY?  


Low income, Underprivileged, and At-risk minorities youth and adults as long as they have a business plan or proposal.   

 

WHO WILL BE SELECTED?


Our board members will select applicants with business proposals that we consider vital for the uplifting of our communities, businesses that will empower our communities, promotes education, provide employment opportunities, and encourage community involvement.



  WHY IS THIS PROGRAM NEEDED? 


This program is needed to empower minorities by offering a real solution to a generational problem. Without asking the masses for loans or help. This is a program we can financially startup just by trusting in one another. 

           

WHY SHOULD I DONATE A DOLLAR?


you have to ask yourself why should you donate a dollar to help start businesses in our community know that you are apart of a large   problem, You have been successfully programmed to not want to see your own brothers or sisters get ahead in life due to not trusting that the benefits will never reach you ‚Äčor your family.



 HOW MOST THINK 


Most people donate a dollar to a complete stranger in hopes they get food or shelter with the money but never really knowing where their dollar was spent on. However, the money is still being spent and most likely not in black owned store. This way you know your dollar is being invested into a great cause.