Latina Economic Advancement Project Celebrates Launch with Unveiling of Limited-Edition Scarf
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The Cocktails & Art Event took place at Miami-Dade College Hialeah Campus, a beacon of modern architecture at the entrance to Hialeah, "The City that Progresses."
"Latinas have suffered the greatest economic loss during the pandemic over all other groups. LEAP is calling on corporate America to become truly effective allies to Latina business owners in their fight for economic survival, stability, and advancement in the US," declared Alina Delgado, Chairwoman, LABA.
LEAP focuses on three primary goals for Latina business owners: survivability grants, educational opportunities, access to capital for growth. There are opportunities to contribute to LEAP through the purchase of the limited-edition "The Flowers of Latin America" scarf. The original "The Flowers of Latin America" painting is also up for auction with a starting bid of $1,500.00. The winning bid will be announced at the Tropical Nites Soiree to be held at the Miami Outboard Club, October 16th, 7:30 p.m. For bids and purchase information contact: info@LABA.us.
About the Latin American Business Association (LABA): Established in 2008, LABA is a business association connecting and advocating for the development and growth of the business community in South Florida. LABA serves as a resource for its membership to network, do business with one another, and gain access to leaders of industry and government in South Florida. Connect with LABA on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/
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About Florida Venture Foundation (FVF): FVF is a nonprofit organization providing training, guidance, education, outreach, technical support and other services to minority and disadvantaged youth, small or minority owned companies, and the elderly population in Miami-Dade County. Connect with FVF on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/
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