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Fragmentation leads to duplication and duplication leads to wasted resources.

Building an online directory of Black-led organizations listed by neighborhood and area of concentration.



No one knows you're great until you tell them!

A multimedia project that will amplify the voices of community leaders and organizations serving Greater Baltimore.



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Creating an online database of community based professionals who are ready and willing to serve our community.



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The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum Open now

The National Great Blacks In Wax Museum is among the nations most dynamic cultural and educational institutions. This unique museum, the first one of wax in Baltimore, Maryland and the first wax museum of African American history in the nation, is the brainchild of Drs. Elmer and Joanne Martin.

Location: 1601-03 East North Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland 21213, United StatesWebsite: greatblacksinwax.orgPhone: (410) 563-7809

The Black Church Food Security Network partners Black farmers and urban growers with historically African American congregations to create pipelines for fresh produce from "soil to sanctuary."

Location: 430 E Belvedere Ave, Baltimore, MD 21212, USAWebsite: blackchurchfoodsecurity.net

B-360 utilizes dirt bike culture to end the cycle of poverty, disrupt the prison pipeline, and build bridges in communities.

Location: 5515 Calvert Rd, Gwynn Oak, MD 21207, USAWebsite: b360baltimore.orgPhone: (443) 631-5586
Browngirl Village Open now

We expose, empower, and inspire girls to become independent leaders of the future through Entrepreneurship, Exposure, Self-Development, & Mentorship.

Location: 1340 Martin Dr, Baltimore, MD 21229, USAWebsite: browngirlvillage.com
Black Yield Institute Open now

We're an emerging Pan­-Afrikan institution in pursuit of Black food sovereignty.

Black Mental Health Alliance Open now

The primary mission of the BMHA is to provide a trusted forum to lead and promote a holistic, culturally relevant approach to the development and maintenance of whole health, mental health programs and services for African Americans and vulnerable communities.

Location: 900 East Fayette Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21201, USAWebsite: http://blackmentalhealth.com/Phone: (410) 338-2642


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Wisdom Counseling - Baltimore LLC

Acute Grief and Bereavement Counseling for African American Marylanders

Location: 100 West Road, Towson, MD, USAWebsite: wisdomcounseling-baltimorellc.comPhone: 667-206-3685

The Creative Nomads

We are a community focused on the professional and craft development of arts entrepreneurs and on providing access to arts, music, and cultural programming to all youth and families.

Location: Baltimore, MD, USAWebsite: http://www.thecreativenomads.org/

The Ezi Health Platform

We named this platform Ezi Health to emphasize our mission: to promote health care connections that are good for all.

Location: 1017 St Paul St, Baltimore, MD, USAWebsite: www.ezihealth.care

Che Yoga LLC

Open now

Che Yoga LLC invites students of all backgrounds and experience levels to explore the depths of yoga to support lifestyle changes, strengthen the body, discipline the mind, and deepen the spiritual connection. 

Location: 2200 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore, MD, USAWebsite: http://www.cheyoga.orgPhone: 2026564651

Brown and Healthy

Brown and Healthy is a global health and wellness initiative challenging mainstream media’s negative narrative of people of color one positive story at a time.

Location: Baltimore, MD, USAWebsite: https://www.brownandhealthy.com/

CLLCTIVLY's founder selected as a Hometown Hero Semi-finalist!

Jamye Wooten – Founder, CLLCTIVLY

Also the co-founder of Baltimore United for Change, Jamye launched CLLCTIVLY in 2019, an organization that seeks to create an ecosystem to foster collaboration between Black-led organizations in Baltimore. The goal is to mitigate fragmentation and duplication of programs by providing a resource that seeks to find, fund and partner with black social change organizations. The organization also offers no-strings-attached micro-grants of $1,000.


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