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The Indy Black Chamber of Commerce has selected 18 businesses to receive the Relief Fund grant, ranging from $1,000 to $2,5000. Thanks to a partnership with Comcast, the Chamber chose businesses that are minority-owned to use the grant to enhance services to continue making a profit during the pandemic.

Grant recipients are Angels of Hope Home Agency, LLC, Ashley Nora Art LLC, Buddah Skin Cosmetics, Struggle Made Me Inc., 2 Crazy Ladies LLC, Bright Futures Learning Academy Inc., YaSigara LLC, S.H.E. Event Indy LTD, Burnett Entertainment LLC, IA Technology Inc., Just Ask Kiky LLC., Chauffeur Indy Corporation, Charity Church Ministry Inc., Presidential Properties LLC, Burnett Entertainment LLC, Nuri Muhammad, Premier Disinfecting Services LL and Grand Slam LLC.

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