It is an exciting year when February brings us one additional day to support local businesses in Portland! This article from Here Is Oregon makes … Keep Reading ››
Venture Portland’s Equity and Outreach Committee
The Equity and Outreach Committee is dedicated to strengthening relationships between business district associations and the local businesses in their community. The Committee places a strong focus on equity and outreach to engage with Portland’s BIPOC business communities to listen, learn, and share. If you are interested in attending a future Equity and Outreach Committee meeting, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon
Uniting Asians and Pacific Islanders to achieve social justice
Black American Chamber of Commerce
Networking for Black-owned businesses
Black Resilience Fund
An emergency fund dedicated to healing and resilience by providing immediate resources to Black Portlanders.
Latino Community Development Corporation that strengthens families and businesses
Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber
Business counseling and development support
Immigrant & Refugee Community Organization
Support for refugee communities (translation services offered)
Live Another Day
A carefully curated list of mental health and substance use resources for black, indigenous, and people of color.
Micro Enterprise Services of Oregon (MESO)
Technical assistance and direct support for BIPOC-owned small businesses
Native American Youth & Family Center
Strengthens youth and families in partnership with the community through cultural identity and education
Assistance for cannabis entrepreneurs of color
Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs
Business counseling, grants and networking
Oregon Cares Fund
The Oregon Cares Fund provides cash grants to Black individuals, Black-owned businesses, and Black-led nonprofit organizations who have experienced financial adversity due to COVID-19.
Oregon Cares Fund
Harnessing and expanding tools for job creation, place-making and economic opportunity to achieve widely shared prosperity
Shea Flaherty Betin— Director of Economic Development
email@example.com & 503.823.5336
Portland Indigenous Marketplace
Supports indigenous artists and entrepreneurs by providing barrier-free, culturally respectful spaces that encourage cultural resilience and economic sustainability by promoting public education through cultural arts.
BIPOC-owned business directory always accepting new submissions