August is #NationalBlackBusinessMonth, created in 2004 by historian John William Templeton and engineer Frederick E. Jordan Sr. to bring attention to the needs of more than two million Black-owned businesses operating across America.

At Communities Unlimited we are committed to igniting hope by bridging racial, economic, and geographical boundaries in Southern communities emerging from generations of persistent poverty.

In this nation, access to opportunity should not depend on where you live, what you look like, or what you have in the bank. In the communities with which we partner, we witness perseverance, talent, and strength to create solutions and opportunities for all.

Combining human connection and ingenuity with cutting-edge technology and expertise, Communities Unlimited reveals the unlimited potential in the people and the places we work with.

With more than 2 million black-owned businesses in America equaling only 7% of all businesses, there is a problem.

Let’s all raise awareness by getting involved and supporting a black-owned business this month and every month going forward.

For more information please visit We Buy Black, Black Business Green Book, Black Directory, Black Women Owned or any additional black-owned business directories to see how you can get started.

Some of our Black-Owned Business Clients

A Tour of Possibilites

A business providing a unique introduction to the Memphis area by exploring the African American…

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Chef Yates Catering and More

Chef Christopher Yates is no stranger to the world of food. After graduating from culinary school,…

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Trinity Truck Driving School 

Wilmon and Carlissa Edwards started the vision of Trinity Truck Driving School in 2021. Trinity…

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Christina McCarter

A Memphis Business Owner Expands

Christina McCarter, from Memphis Tennessee, believes that bringing people together in sustainable…

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Vickie Woodard

Melosong Properties

Vickie Woodard, the CEO of Melosong Properties, Inc., a real estate company in England, Arkansas is…

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SOAR Fund – The People’s Cup MicroRoastery

Blair has always known that he would one day take his love of coffee and make it into a business.…

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Breaking The Cycle

Doshon and Latisha Johnson decided early on that being from the wrong side of the tracks would not…

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Bic’s Cajun Kitchen

Dwight Johnson, an entrepreneur from Crossett, Arkansas has always had a passion for preparing good…

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Moma Keta

Makethia Smith loves the expression, "You’ve got to crawl before you walk". She lives those words…

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Kay’s Kute Fruit

Kenesha Lewis's life motto, “Life is what you make it, speak life into your life and Make It…

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