Uniting People For A Better Tommorrow

Join The Handshakers Club

    List of Our
    Member Benefits

    • Profit-Sharing: We share in profits
    • Voting Rights: We make decisions together
    • Employment Opportunities: We own from within
    • Community Impact: We invest in our communities
    • Black Ownership: We are 100% owned By ADOS & Allies
    • Investment Portfolio: We invest in a wide variety of assets

    Grow with Unity

    Anything can be accomplished with unity. We can solve any problem in existence if we align our thoughts, resources, and labor. The Handshakers Club is designed to unite dollars and resources to build a better nation.

    High Impact Investment Collective

    We pool our money and resources then invest in black owned real estate and other emerging technologies. We share the profits from these ventures then repeat.


    Ownership in income-producing businesses and properties is the fastest way to build wealth for the average citizen.

    Generational Wealth

    Ownership in real property and businesses creates generational wealth for the next group of collective members.

    Reducing Unemployment

    The goal of business is to turn profit, but we also seek to achieve impact. We seek to grow companies until they are the leaders of their industry and have maximum community impact.


    Our focus is on investment over employment for our members. Investing in under-served communities reduces poverty in these communities via known investment paths.

    Our Leading Project

    Crowded Acres Farms

    Worlds first community-owned and operated hydroponic hemp farm. Shaking up the Hemp industry in 2022.

    • Reach 20 Million in Sales by 2024
    • Online Sales Portal
    • Employ 100% ADOS & Allies
    • 500K Startup Cost
    • 80% Net Profit Target

    To link up the fifty million Negroes in the United States of America, with the twenty million Negroes of the West Indies, the forty million Negroes of South and Central America, with the two hundred and eighty million Negroes of Africa, for the purpose of bettering our industrial, commercial, educational, social, and political conditions.”

    -Marcus Garvey

    There can be no black-white unity until there is first some black unity. There can be no workers’ solidarity until there is first some racial solidarity. We cannot think of uniting with others, until after we have first united among ourselves. We cannot think of being acceptable to others until we have first proven acceptable to ourselves. One can’t unite bananas with scattered leaves.

    -Malcolm X