ESCF’s projected mission “to serve humanity” requires building and cultivating long-term reliable relationships and resources, with demonstrated expertise. Such a quest has prompted ESCF to establish a significant accessible resource network called “Earl Skip Cooper Foundation Building Blocks.” This network will serve as a portal for ESCF to acquire important resources and information derived from the following continuously expanding network team
ESCF'S BLACK INFLUENCERS
Black Business Association
Your Link to African American Businesses Owners
Founded in 1970, the Black Business Association (BBA), headquartered in Los Angeles, the oldest active ethnic business organization in the state of California, has been committed to ensuring that African American and other diverse business owners benefit from our advocacy efforts to impact, improve and implement policy that improves access to contracting and procurement opportunities with the public and private sector, in addition to providing access to financial resources. The BBA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization
Promoting the Growth & Economic Development of the African American Business Enterprise
The Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce (GLAAACC) was established in 1991 by a group of business owners and executives led by Gene Hale, President of G&C Equipment Corporation, and the late Homer Broome, former president of Marvid Associates. Their vision was to create an organization that would serve as an advocate for African American-owned business enterprises and to promote their growth and expansion into the international arena.
Our mission is to advocate and promote the economic growth and development of the African American business by focusing on legislative advocacy, as well as identifying and developing business opportunities and strategic business alliances