At Made In Baltimore, we believe that equitable economic opportunity is crucial for a healthy and just society. Sadly, through our country’s history, racism coupled with extractive capitalist practices have systematically excluded communities of color from the economic opportunities available to others. This has to end.

We believe that one solution is to invest instead in the entrepreneurs who are creating economic opportunity for themselves and their communities. By connecting our members to new customers through our pop-up shops and online marketing, to opportunities for local and national growth, and even to each other for collaboration and support, we aim to level the playing field of our city’s economy. Only by supporting our city’s Black-owned businesses can we begin to build generational wealth in Baltimore where it is needed most.

We encourage you to treat yourself and others to these products, and bookmark for holiday shopping so that you can continue to invest in Baltimore’s Black makers and entrepreneurs. Please consider these businesses for your procurement and catering needs. If you require custom services that any these businesses might be equipped to meet, please reach out to them — or reach out to us! We will be delighted to connect you.


Home Goods

Use these links to shop home goods from black-owned businesses:

KSM Candle Co. | Namascents Candle Co. | Cedar & Cotton | Urban Roots

Sweet Epiphany Candle Co. | Candles by Queenly Creations | Sweetest Handz | Root & Ore Creations

Intrigue Nouveau | Presence & Grace | Heavy Paper Co. | 228 Grant Street Candle Co.

Art-ish | Kayla Morgan Art | Pandora’s Box Boutique | WE ARE MAUD

Drama Mama Bookshop| FenZoul Gallery


Apparel

Use these links to shop apparel from black-owned businesses:

Robin Hill Brand | Bushelers of Baltimore | A Day N June | The 1122 Co.

Fly Nerd Apparel | New Vintage By Sam | 16Sixteen | Afro Threads

Regal Clothes | Made In Bmore Clothing | Creative King | WhitePaw Runmitts

Kendall Kelly Inc. | DIFFERENTREGARD | YBI African Apparel Boutique | The Lotus Bloom Co.

 Wood Antler and Bloom | The Soulful Symmetry | Keeper’s Vintage | Tightfisted Fashion 

Fashionably Chic | Regal Heads | Zoya Handcrafted Jewelry Co. | Jody Davis Designs

Class On Edge | SIX2SIX Society | Neighborhood Fiber Co. | THIS SPORTING LIFE

Styled4You Boutique| Yooto’pea Golf


Wellness

Use these links to shop wellness products from black-owned businesses:

Slay Naturals | Oyin Handmade | Fancy Free Hair & Skin | Ama Scents

Power Nail Decals | Earth Elements Soapworks | Fashion Spa House | Indiglow Holistics

Divinely Crafted | Five O’Clock Co. | Earth’s Enrichments | CTS Essentials

Bella Laine | TK.Co Self Care


Food and Drinks

Use these links to shop food and drinks from black-owned businesses:

Taste This Cake | Ida B’s Table | New Secrets Tea | Sporty Dog Creations

Cuples Tea | Cajou Creamery | Royal Tea Exchange | Natasha’s Just Brittle

Blondies Doughnuts | Vegan Soul Bakery | Blacksauce Kitchen | Le Monade

Codetta Bake Shop | Sophomore Coffee | Crust By Mack | Eat Col Bol

Save Room Desserts | Taharka Bros. | Kiki’s Cuisine | Treats4Eats

 Sweet Tea & Cornbread | The Greener Kitchen | Vagrant Coffee | Looen Teas

Jinji’s Chocolate | Taste This | Sad When It’s Gone Desserts | Döner Brös 

Charm City Chocolate | Bakeology | Soul Kuisine Cafe


Thank you for supporting Baltimore’s black-owned businesses. Like our local black-owned business community, this list is growing. If you know of more black-owned businesses in Baltimore, please reach out to our communications assistant Jacob at jacob@madeinbaltimore.org and he’ll add them here — and meanwhile please encourage them to join our member network!

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