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The Tidbit, brought to you by Cureate, digests this region’s small business landscape through food and beverage entrepreneurship. Tune in for trending new Tidbits at the top of the show, and then live interviews with business owners throughout the DC & Baltimore Metro Areas. Each week show host Kim Bryden will intertwine socio-cultural context, personal narrative, and business advice at The Tidbit.

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We are spotlighting three entrepreneurs — their stories and growth goals. YOU have the chance to vote on which project gets funded with the money we collect here. Choose the minimum amount of two cups of coffee per month to get involved. 

That’s right — YOU have the power to put your dollars straight into the local economy. Join us!

Spotlight Entrepreneurs
    Mera Kitchen Collective: A food co-op business from Baltimore that provides underrepresented refugee and immigrant individuals with entrepreneurial success through true ownership and community connections. 
    • Project Goal: To use funds towards Farmer's Market launch, pay for worker-owners to attend ServSafe classes 

    The Vill-age
    : The Vill-Age is a movement started in August 2017, out of the desire to solve the economic and social problems that are plaguing the underserved communities Wards 7 & 8 of Washington DC. It will be an inclusive culinary and innovative incubator located in Ward 8 DC. The community center will allow reliable access to nutritious and affordable foods, be a platform for businesses to start and grow, and be a hub for creativity and social innovation. 
    • Project Goal: To use funds for start-up costs — like business licenses for their new café, and its operations 
    Soilful City: Soilful seeks to bring justice to communities and heal the sacred relationship between communities of African decent and Mother earth. Soilful views farming not only as a way to cultivate food and sovereignty for communities, but as a way to heal and rebuild our souls. We utilize the agricultural and the political principals of Agroecology to work in solidarity with under resourced communities to develop a collective consciousness about restoring bodies, families, communities, and the land in which they live and to create a harmony amongst individuals, communities, and the natural world. 
    • Project Goal: To use funds towards purchasing of bottles, new labels for brand new product launch — incorporating practices in urban agriculture, community resiliency 
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When we reach a minimum of $1,000 we will be able to grant funds to an emerging entrepreneur and their project to grow their business! 
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