Zenzele Consignment is a project of the nonprofit All African People’s Development & Empowerment Project.AAPDEP organizes African led development projects in Africa and African Communities around the world. On Saturday, August 6, more than 40 supporters joined AAPDEP and the Zenzele Consignment organizing committee for a pre-opening mixer and fundraiser.
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So, when you support Zenzele Consignment, you support Self-reliance and Self-determination for African people world-wide! The event took place at Zenzele Consignment which is located at 2205-F University Drive in the Northwood Shopping Plaza in Huntsville, Alabama.
Stop by Zenzele Consignment to shop, volunteer and learn more about how you can support African Self-determination. The mixer kicked off with a meet and greet, giving the community an opportunity to browse through some of our inventory, meet the Zenzele Consignment team and enjoy a beautifully displ The program was opened by Kalister Banks, AAPDEP’s International Director of Information and Zenzele Consignment’s Director of Marketing. Fields gave a brief Power Point presentation on Zenzele Consignment, making the case for Zenzele Consignment as the People’s Clothing (&More) Store, explaining how consignment works, what kinds of clothing and other items Zenzele will offer and how the community can support the store.