The Young Black Entrepreneur Fund was established to lessen the wealth disparity and empower black youth by providing support via small business grants, workshops, and resources to young black entrepreneurs ages 8-18 living in the United States.
Haelee has applied for this grant. Her purpose in doing so is not for herself but for her be able to continue to give to underprivileged communities. She has previously partnered with Words for the Soul to raise money for literacy programs in Detroit, MI.
In another case, she paid a graphic designer to develop coloring and activity sheets for an activity book that she was going to sale as a companion to The Rules of a Big Boss: A book of self-love. She decided on her own accord to give the sheets out for free due to unemployment, depression, and anxiety being high. She releases those sheets on her blog monthly and walks viewers through them and the why behind them on her YouTube and Instagram Channels.
She hopes to use the funds from this grant to develop Big Boss branded care packages that she will give out to underprivileged women and children within and beyond the community. She is in a competition with fifteen other teen and kid owned business for these limited funds. Please cast your votes for The Rules of a Big Boss LLC by voting here. You can vote once daily leading up until Friday, June 4, 2021 at 11:59 PM. Thank you much.