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365 Days of Healing for 52nd Street
We are excited to share with you an update on our most recent progress to date:
- 28 small businesses on 52nd Street were provided with more than $100,000 in civil unrest relief and pandemic relief grants.
- 50 small businesses on 52nd Street were connected to nearly $800,000 in various relief funds.
The Enterprise Center Community Development Corporation has partnered with local artist Ayinde Purnell and Urban Outfitters to create a 52nd Street themed tote bag that will be sold in select Urban Outfitters stores. The sale of these tote bags will support our business development and revitalization work on 52nd Street.
We Still Need Your Support
Your donations will continue to directly assist affected businesses with reopening and resuming operations.
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Previous Official Statements
Official Statement on the Death of Walter Wallace
Statement on the Protests Surrounding the Death of George Floyd and the Subsequent Cleanup and Rebuilding Efforts