EBA Caps

GENERATES SCHOLARSHIP FUNDING

PROVIDES JOBS, SMALL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES

PROMOTES EDUCATION AS AN IMPORTANT AND ESSENTIAL ELEMENT IN ACHIEVING SUCCESS, STABILITY AND PROSPERITY

$25

Cap FAQ


ABC Ventures has introduced the Educate Black America cap as a cause related marketing tool to capture sales and share in the multi Trillion Dollar Black consumer and commercial market of over 45 Million Black consumers and more than one million Black businesses as well as millions of other Americans who support Black Higher Education.

The cap displays "Educate Black America" and its student logo. As a social enterprise, the cap will cost $25 and generate $5 in scholarship funds and $5 in fees for the seller. Designated Sellers of at least 100 hats can select the recipient of the award. To become a Designated Seller, click here or contact Educate Black America for details at educateblackamerica@gmail.com. The subject line should be "EBA cap Designated Seller opportunities."

This is an excellent money generator for students and businesses in need of funds, businesses looking for outreach programs to support the communities they serve as well as nonprofits, foundations community and faith-based organizations looking for ways to serve their missions of community development.

We will be hiring at least 1,000 independent contractors across the country. This is an excellent entrepreneurial opportunity for students and youth. This can be a teachable moment to learn marketing and self sufficiency. For businesses, community and faith-based organizations there is nothing better than "making money during the right thing. Educate Black America looks forward to working with individuals, businesses and the nonprofit community to use cause related marketing to successfully generate millions of dollars of new scholarship funds and income for the Strengthening of America. Former Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm, well renown civil and human rights activist and national spokesperson for Educate Black America, said, "There can not be a strong America without a strong Black America."