The 4k in 4 Day Challenge!

Learn how you can support the BLK Projek & The Libertad Urban Farm


The BLK Projek is growing. No, not just in plants, herbs, and trees, y'all. We're talking about capacity! 

We have so many projects under our belt— our South Bronx Mobile Market Buying Club is expanding; the Libertad Urban Farm is up and running; we have a brand new logo and redesign— we're making moves... and with many more media-related projects to come, including The Not Just Talk Summit coming up in the fall and a behemoth of fun informational videos. 

Most recently, the "Drink Good, Do Good" Naked Juice PSA dropped, starring our boss, the awe-inspiring Ms. Tanya Fields. We have the same passions of Naked Juice even if we don't have the same coffers but we are doing the work down here on the ground and need just as much, if not more help.

Please help us fund our efforts by donating to our 4K in 4 Days Challenge.




Drink Good, Do Good!

BLK Projek founder and executive director Tanya Fields is featured in Naked Juice's Drink Good, Do Good campaign and we are so proud of her! Naked Juice teams up with Wholesome Wave to bring awareness about food access. They put together a series of PSAs to bring national attention to this pressing issue that disproportionately affects low-income and working class Americans (many of color). 

We're doing our own good right here on the ground and this deeply resonated with us. Affordable, culturally relevant food access for us all! And speaking of supporting food access and equality please check out our emergency funding campaign to support Libertad Urban Farm and consider donating!


We're Renovating! New Logo, New Look!

Thanks to our funding relationship with Spark, their volunteer member and professional graphic designer, Shaylyn Berlew has created a new logo for the BLK Projek and we are re-branding. As we grow and expand we feel it's time to have a look and feel that more accurately represents our fun, funky, revolutionary and innovative approach to women's empowerment, economic equality and food justice. In the coming weeks our site will be revamped we will be rolling out new organizational literature and our social media content will be streamlined. 

Check it out and head over to our Facebook page and let us know what you think!