Du Nord Recovery Fund

I’ve shared a lot of information this week about crowdfunding and taxation, for both recipients and givers. If you are looking to for a way to honor Juneteenth, you can support POC-owned businesses in Minneapolis by contributing to the Du Nord Recovery Fund.

Du Nord Craft Spirits is a Black-owned Minneapolis business that is using its popularity to raise funds to rebuild smaller POC-owned businesses that were affected by the uprising for human rights in the wake of the police murder of George Floyd on Memorial Day.

A cribbage board, two cocktails, and a menu embossed with the Du Nord Craft Spirits logo rest on a bar. Photo by Matt Ryan.

Independent funds like the one being collected by Du Nord are vital, despite the existence of larger official funds like the $6 million+ raised by the Lake Street Council. A more diverse funding base may mean a more diverse recovery.

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