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New Move to Make Resounding “IMPACCT”in Brooklyn’s Small Business Community

Thanks to a new collaboration announced Monday between IMPACCT Brooklyn, a nonprofit committed to helping residents and small business flourish in the community, and RING, maker of video doorbells, 200 small businesses will be the recipients of device bundles (Alarm Kit, Stick Up Cams, and an Alarm Glass Break Sensors) at no cost, plus a free lifetime Basic Protect subscription for the camera devices and a one year trial subscription for the alarm device at no cost to the small business. Also at the announcement event, IMPACCT was the recipient of a donation of $20,000 for its ongoing business’ empowerment and community services. Seen, above, holding check are, from left to right, Bernell Grier, Executive Director of IMPACCT Brooklyn, Raquel Medrano Community Engagement Manager - Amazon Devices and Services, IMPACCT Brooklyn Naila Moore, Chief Development Officer and, in photo insets, Assembly member Stefani L. Zinerman (inset, left), representing the 56th Assembly District, Bedford Stuyvesant and Crown Heights, and Anita Taylor (inset, right), District Director at Congresswoman Yvette D. Clarke’s office, who spoke on behalf of political leader Clarke.

IMPACCT Brooklyn executive director Bernell Grier (center in red), stands with Brooklyn-based small business owners and leaders who will be receiving RING security systems. The system protects commercial properties and residences. Note: As OTP’s goes to print, guests, far left, and third from right, will be identified in next week’s paper. From left to right, are, Unidentified Guest, Dara Roach (in olive green ensemble), CEO, BCakeNY; Moriah “MJ” Johnson (in black striped jacket), CEO & Founder, Only You Skincare; Ms. Grier; Sheryl Roberts (blue ensemble); Unidentified Guest; Mafor Mambo Tse, Owner, Arts in Education; and Miriam Milord, Founder & Creative Director, BCakeNY.

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