It's a Beautiful Spring Day, And Dellena Struggles to Stay In Business
We met Dellena Jones during our first Ferguson BUYcott in August. Since then, St. Louis Tea Partier, Dottie Bailey, has made it her mission to help Dellena’s business survive and flourish.
Dellena’s business has fallen 60 percent since the first riots. She’s repaired the damage to her salon, but business is slow.
Despite all her challenges, Dellena still found the time and energy to host Center for Self-Governance training in her shop on a Saturday, foregoing that day’s revenue to learn about freedom and responsibility.
This GoFundMe project won’t clean up the debris around her shop, but it will help her survive until the area gets cleaned up.
We have a goal of raising $20,000 for Dellena, but we need your help.
Here’s what you can do today.
Pledge $1 for every goal the Blues score in their playoff series with Minnesota.
Pledge $10 for every Blues win.
Pledge $2 for every Cardinal run scored in the next week.
Post this link to Facebook and Twitter. https://www.gofundme.com/911hairsalonferg
Visit the 911 Hair Salon on W. Florissant in Ferguson – and buy something.
Donate what you can today.
The flip-side of Liberty is Responsibility, and we all need a mission in life that’s bigger than ourselves. Just $1 for Dellena Jones will let you say, “I did something.”
If you believe in small business, in recovery, and in free enterprise, why not help this woman keep her dream of independence through hard work alive?