National Black Business Month: Highlighting Entrepreneurs from Our Church Family

National Black Business Month: Highlighting Entrepreneurs from Our Church Family

Did you know August is National Black Business Month? We at Peace Missionary Baptist Church want to take this opportune time to highlight the entrepreneurial members of our church family for their talents and treasures. Read on to discover several local, black-owned businesses we love to support!

Business: Wake Up Reach Up, Inc.

Founder: Joyce Caesar

About: “Our vision to provide homeless young adults (18-25) support and housing where they can focus on obtaining sustainable education, career and life skills. Improving their life outcomes so they become economically-independent thrive and succeed as productive, self-supporting citizens”.

Visit WakeUpReachUp.Org to learn more.

Business: Harvest Learning Center

Founder: Lynette & Donnell Mitchell

About: “We provide children with full-time educational services (ages 6 weeks to 5 years).”

Visit HarvestLearningCenter.com to learn more.

Business: Peaceful Creations

Founder: Ruby Thompkins

About: “We provide desktop publishing and design for any occasion.”

For information on catering specials, contact Ruby at RThompkins57@gmail.com.  

Business: It’s All Good Catering

Founder: Beverly Walker

About: “We provide catering services for all occasions…specializing in Southern- style home cooking. It’s All Good lives up to its name.

For information on catering specials, contact Beverly at Itsallgoodcatering1004@gmail.com.

Tell Us: Do you want to feature your business on our website and/or in our church’s business directory? Click here to make your submission today.

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