Join us at our annual WE ARE MIAMI® fundraiser to celebrate Miami’s growth through the support of minority businesses and education.
The Historic Alfred I. duPont Building
169 East Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33131
MBF educational partner Breakthrough Miami
MBF announced a gift of $50,000 to Breakthrough Miami
MBF Small Business Workshop
MBF’s small business workshop provides needed tools and resources for continued success
Barks & Tales Wynwood
MBF supports local minority & femaled owned businesses with loans to help create jobs in our local community
Gift recipient Little Haiti Optimist Club
MBF funds Little Haiti Optimist Club and their mission to help youth with education, mentorship and athletics
MBF 2015 Scholarship Ceremony
MBF awards scholarships to outstanding high school seniors
MBF Scholarship Recipients
MBF 2014 Scholarship Presentation
MBF awarded 26 outstanding high school students with college scholarships
Miami Bayside Foundation
MBF is a nonprofit organization designed to advance economic development in the City of Miami through the support of minority businesses and education.
MBF seeks to do this through the creation and administration of a loan programs for minority businesses, through the creation of programs and educational scholarships for minorities, and by providing technical assistance to local organizations engaged in economic development.
On Friday, March 23rd MBF finalized the closing of a $50,000 loan to N.O.A. Café and Catering, a popular eatery in Miami’s growing Wynwood area. Adi Kafri, owner and heart behind the delicious Mediterranean and Asian fusion dishes, that have made her dining spot so popular with locals, is ...read more →
In June 2016 MBF made a second year gift of $53,000 to D.A. Dorsey, Lindsey Hopkins, and George T. Baker Technical Colleges. These funds will award scholarships to 35 City of Miami minority students for the 2016-2017 academic year.
On June 22, 2016, MBF (MBF) celebrated 16 City of Miami small business owners graduating from its third Small Business Training. The graduation ceremony took place 6:30 pm to 8:00 at CAMACOL on 1417 W Flagler St, Miami, FL 33135.
The MBF (MBF) awarded $1,000 scholarships to 37 outstanding high school seniors at Miami City Hall on May 26, 2016. Four of the 37 students received MBF’s Commissioner Willy Gort Scholarship, a scholarship program for District 1 residents that was introduced in January 2016 by the Commissioner.
On Tuesday, May 24th 2016, we celebrated the first MBF scholarship recipients to graduate from George T. Baker Aviation School. To learn more about our Technical College Scholarships visit our website:
On May 23rd, 2016, our loan recipient The Pastry Shop By Magic City Chefs opened up Mundo Cafe at the Brazilian Consulate in Miami. Congratulations on the expansion!#BrazilianCuisine #Entrepreneurs #Parabens #SmallBiz #Miami
Full house in tonight’s Credit Score and Financial Objectives session of our Small Business Training at Camacol, The Latin Chamber of Commerce of the U.S.A. We are very thankful for the great credit insights from Katya Zevallos of our loan recipient GetCreditHealthy!
MBF deeply appreciates the support of our donors.
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