BLACK RESTAURANT WEEKS NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION FEED THE SOUL FOUNDATION AWARDS $250,000 TO BLACK-OWNED CULINARY BUSINESSES ACROSS THE NATION

Black Restaurant Week’s non-profit organization supports businesses across the nation through Restaurant Business Development Grant Program

HOUSTON, May 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Restaurants and bars across the country have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic as indoor dining came to halt more than a year ago, making takeout and delivery their only source of revenue. Nearly 2 million restaurant and bar workers lost their jobs and are still unemployed, and as we approach a post-COVID world, restaurants will continue to face challenges and need support as they adapt to the new normal. To meet this challenge, Feed the Soul Foundation, the non-profit arm of Black Restaurant Week, LLC, today announced their first-ever cohort program to support marginalized restaurant entrepreneurs financially and professionally through the Restaurant Business Development Grant Program.

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