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Meet the NAACP x BeyGOOD Grant Recipients

Aim High Prep

Aim High Prep - Houston, TX

Tiffany M. Turner created Aim High Prep because she believed there was a real need for strong, early education. Turner said the Beygood funding helped with all the additional costs she incurred due to COVID-19, plus the ongoing expenses of running a small business.

Ray James-Fade Factory

The Fade Factory - Minneapolis, MN

The Fade Factory was part of a three-suite building that included a barbecue restaurant, a hair-braiding shop, and a clothing store. But the building was destroyed by fire during the protests that followed the killing of George Floyd, an unarmed Black man, by police. James will use the BeyGOOD grant he received to rebuild his business.

Founder - Jikoni

Jikoni - Los Angeles, CA

Kiano Moju opened the Los Angeles-based culinary creative studio, Jikoni, in November 2019, just four months before the country shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic and six months before the national civil unrest after the death of George Floyd. The BeyGOOD grant has provided hope for the future of this business.

Crisis Magazine - 42nd NAACP Image Awards

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