Let's Learn Collectively On Our Life's Journey has a new home!

It's the questions! Unh!

Why do I need I.D. to get I.D.? If I had I.D. I wouldn't need I.D.! #Hiphop50

A black woman-owned literary services company in Minneapolis, I Love Paperwork has a mission to simplify bureaucracy for everyone, especially the black and brown community. Not only do we help people find what is hidden in books but we write proposals and know our way around RFPs and a mofo NOFO!

Do you have a concrete objective and itemized line budget? If you require program development or have nothing down on paper, you may schedule a free 30 minute consultation and so can help. If you do have something on paper and an opportunity you'd like to pursue (or if you require research), you may also schedule a free 30 minute consultation. Basically, holla at some playas when you see us in the street and we can help create your culturally-responsive program to benefit BIPOC communities. 

We have a diverse array of clientele from across sectors. Our clients are 100% social enterprisers with a goal of making America more equitable for black and brown people. What other reason is there to get out of bed? Organizations like Black Business Enterprises Fund , Royal Foundations , Steven Hunter of Pyramid Security Consultants, and even Denver Black Pages represent a telling segment of our client base. What is it that we do? Our clients, like Safe Entry Inc for example, depend on us for much needed funding solutions for their Culinary Arts and Music Therapy program. As our passionate clients continue to respond to community needs, many initiatives may not be in the quarterly budget. This is why I Love Paperwork exists! To plug us into the power and fiscal resources that we need to do the good work. 

Located in Twin Cities, Let's Learn On Our Life's Journey is a black woman-led (Alley Angel Aphro) civic engagement cohort. Currently, the L.L.C.O.O.L.J. is funded by City of Minneapolis through December 2023. That means that if you live in Minneapolis, you can join the movement for FREE! The collective meets weekly, 10 times a quarter, virtually and in-person to commiserate paperwork woes and more importantly, to get it done! In this way, the community is invited to be a part of building a better future while learning how to better engage and navigate bureaucracy. 

We are a thinktank of BIPOC social enterprises, business owners, community stakeholders, artists, and people driven by equity and social justice concerns to build a better world. We strategically connect with Government to not only create equity solutions but more importantly to fund them.

Simple! Schedule a free 30 minute consultation below. 

Be real like Cypress Hill! How can we love on you?

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