Grant Recipient

May 15, 2022

WomensNet Mini grant awarded to Help-U-Serve

Help-U-Serve, LLC

Woman Entrepreneur:
Latoya Bradford

Based in the California’s Bay Area and receiving numerous local business awards, this team provides process service and court filing assistance to its clients.

“Our market need is to help support our clients through one of the most difficult times in their life. To serve, deliver, alleviate stress, and in some cases prepare the documentation for our client’s transition. Our business services are not for the average person, we are helping individuals overcome some of the most difficult decisions in one’s life.”

This funding will help update office equipment. With time-saving updated equipment, they will then be able to expand the services they offer.

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