BeYoUUU, a community organization focused on promoting Black joy and empowerment, was recently featured on the popular Miss Mouthy Podcast. The organization's founder, Keon Anderson, had an in-depth conversation with the podcast host about the mission, vision, and future goals of BeYouu in addition to HIV prevention.
During the interview, the founder expressed his passion and commitment to serving the community of Little Rock and beyond. He also highlighted the importance of informing others about the organization's initiatives, which include building better leadership capacity in the community and providing essential services to those in need.
Furthermore, BeYouuu proudly announced that it had been named a recipient of the Black Trans Fund of 2022 Community Care Grant. This grant will enable the organization to continue its efforts in empowering and uplifting Black individuals, particularly those who identify as transgender.
The founder emphasized that the grant will play a crucial role in achieving the organization's goals and objectives. With the help of the grant, BeYoUUU will be able to expand its services and make a positive impact on more lives in the community.
BeYouuu is excited about its future endeavors and is dedicated to promoting Black joy and empowerment in Little Rock and beyond.
REMINDER: Community Care Grants are now available!
TO APPLY FOR A COMMUNITY CARE GRANT: Visit blacktransfund.org to learn more!