Welcome to the Black Dollar Days Task Force (BDDTF) new website. The home of the African American Business Directory (AABD), The Clean Greens Farm & Market project, the Clean Greens CSA Program, Entrepreneur Training Program and the Campaign 5000 Community Endowment Fund.
The BDDTF is a non-profit 501c3 organization, founded by Rev. Dr. Robert L. Jeffrey, Sr. in 1988, whose mission is to promote the principle of self-help and self-sufficiency through economic prosperity and to foster community economic empowerment. All programs and projects are created for that purpose.
We invite you to visit each project and program and join us to continue to make this organization a valuable resource to all communities.
We value your comments and support.
“The way to end poverty is to end the exploitation of the poor. … We must recognize that the problems of neither racial nor economic justice can be solved without a radical redistribution of political and economic power.”— Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 1967
Time: February 24, 2012 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm
Location: New Hope B. C. Reception Hall
Organized By: Lottie Cross
Celebrating Black History Month with the Release of the 21st Edition of the African American Business Directory networking Reception.
Hosted at the New Hope B. C. Reception Hall 124—21st Ave. Seattle, WA 98122
Price is $12.00 each and vendors are $20.00.
To reserve your space call Lottie Cross 206-324-3114 or mail your check to P. O. Box 18376, Seattle, WA 98118
“Plenty of good food”
This year we will be showcasing all small business’s products and services and giving each participate a 2-minute blurb about their business. Instead of having a guest speaker, our focus is to learn about the different products and services of small businesses we can support. Each vendor will get a 5% discount advertisement in the 22nd edition of the directory.
Welcome to the online edition of the African American Business Directory. To begin your search, simply enter search criteria into any or all of the spaces provided and “Begin Search.” To download an Adobe Acrobat PDF, click here.