Sutton Consulting is a Social Enterprise that provides developmental support to small businesses, startups and nonprofits. We also sponsor cause-related showcases and community initiatives.
This innovative hybrid allows us the freedom and flexibility to channel our resources into endeavors that positively impact our community, both in terms of social needs and commercial opportunities.
Our managerial team is available for private consultations to assist in starting your own Nonprofit / 501c3 Organization or other Community-Focused or Mission-Based Business. We offer the following Client Focused Small Business Sessions:
*Mission and Vision Planning
*EIN / DBA
*Federal Tax Exemption
*Fundraising & Grantseeking
*MBB Monthly Retainer / Virtual Assistance
I am very proud of my previous clients/partners who've also endeavored to make this world a better place!
*AMIA Works (Job & Career Development / Shonda Sutton)
*Eternally Hopeful For More (Youth Empowerment / Marva Murray)
*C About U (Music Eduction / Duncan Butler)
*RCEF Veteran's Support (LC Crews)
*Ray's The Roof House The Homeless Foundation (Ray Lacen)
*The CARE Organization (Community Services / Kesha Willams)
*Reavyn's Nest (Re-entry Program / Reavyn Williamson
*Brighter Days (Residential Care /Regina Bright)
*PEACE Villages (Human Service Org / Dara Scott)
*Prospective Living (Affordable Housing Development / Kevin Bunch)
Sutton Consulting uses a portion of its proceeds to support AMIA Works 501c3 . This organization sponsors the annual Greensboro Children's Business Fair to help inspire and develop the spirit of entrepreneurship in youth and individuals who are transitioning out of poverty and into sustainability. AMIA Works uses experiential guidance and mentoring to help young and eager minds explore Agendas, Missions, Ideas and Answers regarding questions on Financial Literacy, Career Paths and Entrepreneurship. You can help AMIA Works accomplish it's mission by supporting the Greensboro Children's Business Fair with your donation or active involvement.
AMIA Works is the gracious recipient of an NC IDEA™ ENGAGE Grant - 2020, in support of our Career Exploration and Training Programs! We are excited to expand our efforts beyond the GCBF to the community at large, especially targeting disadvantaged youth.
One time charge of $19.95 will apply.
My favorite word is Dignity, a Basic Human Right, Rooted in Freedom and Worthiness of All People, Everywhere.
Freedom and the Dignity of Choice are driving forces in all of my endeavors. I enjoy having fresh new pursuits each year and as we wrap up 2020, like so many, I find myself drawn to life's essentials. I am very excited to introduce my newest initiative, a curated fashion collective:
Love.Work.Shop. (COMING SOON!!!)
LWS features stylish clothing that is made in the USA from sustainable fabrics that are comfortable, durable and perfect for work at home moms and entrepreneurs on the go!
My other ongoing initiative is Dignity Housing Co., a real estate development company focused on solutions for affordable and alternative housing. We proudly participated in NorthState/HQ's 2019 Fall Tech Lab / Business Intensive spotlighting our efforts in the repurposing of shipping containers to be used as tiny homes. Our flagship project; Build with Dignity™ is located in High Point, NC and will ultimately provide supportive housing for women fleeing domestic violence, youth aging out of foster care, seniors, veterans and disabled adults.
I am always open to collaboration with other Change Makers. If you are interested in any of my services or initiatives, let's connect through email or a call to discuss future opportunities for collaboration.
"Its Not What You Look At That Matters, It's What You See" Henry David Thoreau
"Improving Lives Through Mentorship, Guidance & Social Enterprise"