Welcome to Sustain Equity Group (SEG), also known as 100 Black Women & Girls (100BWG), a campaign of SEG. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to empowering and uplifting 100 black women and girls annually who have been affected by gun violence.
Sustain Equity Group stands at the forefront of addressing the unique challenges faced by black women and girls who have survived or co-survived homicide. We understand the aftermath of such violence can lead to physical, emotional, and psychological disabilities, creating barriers to employment.
To provide a safe and supportive environment where these individuals can overcome trauma, heal, and grow. Through our campaign, 100 Black Women & Girls (100BWG), we aim to uplift and empower 100 Black women and girls annually, providing them with the resources, support, and opportunities they need to thrive.
We aim to connect and collaborate with partners designated as an Employment Service Organization (ESO). This will enable us to expand our work and help more individuals. We plan to create opportunities for internships and employment, specifically targeting individuals with hidden disabilities resulting from trauma and gun violence.
These initiatives provide valuable work experience and help us build a diverse and inclusive workforce that reflects the community we serve.
By supporting our journey, you are endorsing our commitment to empowering black women and girls who have survived or co-survived homicide. You are helping us provide them with the opportunity to heal, grow, and contribute to the community while addressing the employment needs of individuals with disabilities.
This is more than just a mission for us - it is a commitment to investing in the potential of every individual we serve. Join us in our mission to create a more equitable, inclusive, and safe society for all. Explore our website to learn more about our programs, initiatives and how you can get involved. Together, we can make a difference. Together, we can empower, uplift, and transform our communities.