One Swipe At A Time
One Swipe at a Time© is a registered US-based charitable organization. Through our relationship with the 7th largest bank in America and a 25-year-old nationwide credit card processor, we deliver a one-two punch capable of transforming the economic condition of Black America.
One Swipe At A Time© exists for one purpose; to provide African-American entrepreneurs with the necessary seed funding to launch businesses of their own, scale operations for longevity, growth, and ultimately achieve success.
We are committed to empowering African American entrepreneurs with tangible resources; financial, educational, and business growth support services to accomplish this objective.
Without any biases, our corporate promise is to provide an opportunity and a real chance to African-American individuals to start and scale a business.
SEE THE VISION
UNDERSTAND THE MISSION
DO THE WORK
We value African American entrepreneurs and take pride in helping provide tangible funding to African American-owned startup businesses of all kinds.
In addition to providing actual monetary assistance to help build thriving Black-owned businesses in African American communities, we donate state-of-the-art computers and Internet-based support systems to economically disenfranchised schools in need.
One Swipe At A Time© helps build successful African American-owned businesses today, while at the same time we're planting seeds to invest in African American businesses for generations to come.
The Motivating Factor Behind Our Charitable Work
The United States tops the list of the most entrepreneurial startups in a calendar year. Some of them are able to survive and grow; others, however, aren’t that lucky to make their presence felt and earn revenue.
Do you know why more than 60% of the US entrepreneurial ventures fail? It’s either because of lack of funding, or startup capital, or lack of awareness about where the real money exists.
Each year, high profile individuals and businesses award billions of dollars to individuals, entrepreneurs, and organizations in terms of ‘free money’ or other types of charitable funding. Yet most of them who are searching for charities and funds don’t know where to apply, where to get an application form, or even how much they can qualify for. In today’s fast-paced business world, real business grants do exist for entrepreneurs without any biases, be it for African-Americans or anyone else.
Dr. Claude Anderson
Author of PowerNomics®: The National Plan to Empower Black America (www.powernomics.com)