ABCD continues to provide affordable office space for several non-profit and for-profit businesses, several of which outgrew the space and moved to larger facilities.
These agencies are:
Black Nurses Association, C.H.O.I.C.E., KidSummit Against Drugs,
Medical In-Touch Services, OMEGA Psi Fraternity, Regina's Winter Drive; S.C.M.B.A., W.A.T.O.E.S, Inc.
ABCD was instrumental in the organization of this group and currently serves as convener.
The purpose of this non-profit, 501(c)(3) organization is to foster the development and growth of minority business in Stark County.
As a result of the efforts of State Rep. Tom West,
SCMBA received a $300,000 grant over a (2) year period.
The grant will be used primarily to hire staff for implementing a Mentorship Program in conjunction with the Greater Canton Chamber of Commerce. It will also allow a partnership with Jobs Ohio who is sponsoring the Elite Program funded by the London Stock Exchange.
SCMBA has selected (13) Businesses/Agencies (including ABCD, Inc.) to participate in Elite's first round of workshops which will include such topics as:
Risk Exposure Assessment;
Baseline External and Internal Analysis;
Defining and Planning Strategic Initiatives;
Financing and Fundraising options.
Following Graduation, the participating organizations will become part of a global network of more that 1,500 businesses across 42 Countries and an exclusive global ecosystem of successful business leaders, expert advisors and engaged investors.
ABCD, Inc. provides the following assistance to SCMBA:
We help to keep the homeless and needy warm.
Serving men, women and children.
Contact us about monetary donations to our cause.
We also accept donations for hats, gloves, blankets and toiletries.
We are a community based organization doing activities for children, adults and seniors. MOMS/DADS parenting sessions. OYR - Opportunities Year Round for children. Senior monthly activities. Taking care of families in a prosperous way: including, housing, utilities and work.
Canton Community KidSummit Against Drugs enhances the quality of life for Stark County residents by providing activities designed to preclude the harmful effects of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drug use. We are customer outcome driven, access community
resources and use the best ATOD prevention resources and personnel available to bring our services into customer neighborhoods. A
Provides training and certification for home health aides.
Join us (online) on June 23, 2021 at 7:00pm, as we celebrate those who have endured the test of the COVID-19 pandemic. People who have provided essential services and who have sacrificed to help others. Stay tuned for more information about how you can participate and connect.