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Save Our Community Coalition
Community Partners & Services 
Bob Isreal, President
(773) 655-1309
Email:  saveourcommunitytaskforce@gmail
Web:  (Coming soon!)
National Black Wall Street Chicago is happy to introduce its partners and coordinate all services through our business office incubator.  You can contact our partners through our central service office number or contact them direct.  If you are interested in placing your logo and contact information on our Partner page, contact us at 773-268-6900 or email today.

Here are trusted partner companies recommended by National Black Wall Street Chicago.
Multicultural Community Project
Yvonne Spear, President
(773) 895-3221

Monroe Foundation
Otis Monroe, CEO
(773) 315-9720

Complete Services Insurances of America

J. Minor Allen, President
(773) 285-9396
Web:  (Coming soon!)
Strategic Solutions Network, Inc., Small Business & Nonprofit Development Group (SBND)

Nita Marchant, Director
(773) 614-7619
Business-Political Marketing & Media Services
Ranoule Tatum, President
(312) 671-5653
Web:  (Coming soon!)
Citi Bank
Customer Service Department
Phone:  (Coming soon!)
Web: (Coming soon!)
Country Financial
Customer Service Department
Phone:  (Coming soon!)
Web:  (Coming soon!)
Marquette Bank
Customer Service Department
Phone:  (Coming soon!)
Web:  (Coming soon!)
Community Partners
Small Business and Nonprofit Enterprise Partners
Banking Partners
4655 S. King Drive, Suite 203, Chicago, IL 60653 
Phone:   (773) 268-6900
Community Services
Office Incubator Rental Space Program
Permanent fixed private office space with key access. Use of office address for receiving mail, faxes, customer drop off or pick-up. Full use of whole facility for special events.
Virtual Office Program
Chicago biz address while while working here or anywhere in the world.  

Use office address for receiving mail, faxes and customer drop off or pick-up.

Click here to learn more.
Business Enterprise Program
The new NBWSC Business Enterprise Program will teach business owners and potential business owners how to start, manage and run the day to day functions of a business.

We provide career development and employment 
training in partnership with our other community partners.  Our services help prepare underserved citizens that are unemployed, underemployed and that have criminal records to gain employment. 

NBWSC and our community partner organizations are comprised of business owners and advocates with over 100 years of combined and practical business experience.  

Our collective, proven and realistic approach to business will add value to underserved citizens and lead them on the road to employment and to small business ownership.