• PO Box 17014, Huntsville, AL 35810
  • 256-281-1344
  • info@developmentforafrica.org

Zenzele Consignment

Zenzele Consignment is the primary economic development initiative of the All African People’s Development & Empowerment Project (AAPDEP). It will help AAPDEP build dual and contending power for African communities wherever we are located, all over the world.

Zenzele Consignment will serve as AAPDEP’s National Headquarters where the community, our donors and supporters can come and see the work that we do everyday which contributes to the overall mission of AAPDEP. We hope that with this new insight into our work we can build AAPDEP’s membership base, donors and supporters for the overall mission and vision of the organization. We are also going to need more volunteers than ever; one of our goals is to use this institution to build volunteer and intern programs that will help to bring the community into the work of AAPDEP for self-reliance and self-determination.

Our store is be designed to cater to the new generation of forward thinkers, consumers who believe in sustainable world and those who are on the cutting edge of new trends and styles.


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By Zenzele Consignment We are just days away from Black History Month which is a time when many African people make a concentrated effort to celebrate our  history and culture. Churches, schools and community centers host a variety of cultural events where men, women and children can be seen decked out in their sharpest African attire
Posted: January 23, 2017, 12:43 pm
On Saturday, August 6, more than 40 supporters joined AAPDEP and the Zenzele Consignment organizing committee for a pre-opening mixer and fundraiser.  The event took place at Zenzele Consignment which is located at 2205-F University Drive in the Northwood Shopping Plaza in Huntsville, Alabama.   The mixer kicked off with a meet and greet, giving the
Posted: August 26, 2016, 6:22 pm
Zenzele Consignment started two years ago as a vision to build an economic institution that will fund the work of our non-profit the All African People’s Development Project. Although we didn’t have any money or experience with opening a business, we had a plan and support from our Movement. So we set out to raise
Posted: June 29, 2016, 3:17 pm

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