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Portland’s Black Owned Businesses Need Your Support
Portland’s Black Community can’t breathe. With COVID-19 wreaking havoc across the world and disproportionately affecting people of color, federal relief failing to reach the most vulnerable businesses and national outrage over systemic racism and police brutality, Black owned businesses in Portland are hurting. These businesses are part of what makes Portland great and your support is more important now than ever. Consider supporting these Black-owned neighborhood businesses and visit mercatuspdx.com for a more comprehensive business directory.
82nd Avenue: Budget Insurance Enterprises is available to assist with any commercial, home or auto insurance needs.
Foster: Mathilde’s Kitchen is serving Haitian and Caribbean cuisine for delivery. Their beverages and select dishes can be found in local grocers.
Hollywood: Reo’s Ribs is serving smoked meats, sandwiches and tacos for pick up and delivery.
Kenton: Po’Shines Café De La Soul is serving soul food with a Cajun flair for pick up and delivery. They also provide free meals for Seniors on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Northwest District: With Love From PDX offers custom gift baskets for any occasion.
Old Town: Deadstock Coffee is serving coffee, pastries and other merch for pick up.
Parkrose: Junk It is offering junk removal services for homes and businesses.
Pearl District: Pregame offers online business coaching via Zoom.
St. Johns: Jamaica House is serving Jamaican food for pick up. Follow their Instagram on site for a free drink.
Williams District: Green Haus Gallery and Boutique is open for shopping by appointment plus DEI consultation, home or office design and art commission.