My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Diversity Business Resource Center, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
DeConstruction King Inc. is located in the City of Pittsburgh,PA. With out the help of the Diversity Business Resource Center, our company would have never been organized. One being that we did not have the financial resources to obtain the education that is much need to make informed decision. We were mentiored one-on-one.And exposed to the Business community, on a level that would not have been possible were it not for this wonderful organizition. Personally I must say that Ms. Christina Jumba is a caring and wonderful person. She stays in contact and keeps us abreast of activities that continues to help us grow.Once you become apart of this wonderful network, you are always apart, it almost like having an extended family. No question is too crazy or stupid, for an answer and guidence in the right direction. We were able to write our Business Plan, set-up our Corporation, introducted to continuning Education, and the list goes on. Without the Diversity Center we would have been lost. I often recommend this great resource to others seeking to start businesses. In these very hard and difficult times and when you are counting pennies and even when you don't have pennies to count, it is a wonderful feeling to know you have support. I have received so much, and I am gratiful, to this great Resource and can never Thank them enough for their unselfish dedication.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
their compassion to see small Businesses have success and growth. They encourage and support, more than anyone can possible realize. And for this I Thank God for placing Diversity Business Resource Center, and their supporter in our lives. Barb King
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
the caring people, especially Christina Jumba, our human star.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
wonderful people and to numerous to count.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
Expand their Educational programs and conferences.
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