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Federal Hill Main Street, Inc.
42 E. Cross St., Baltimore, MD 21230; 410-727-4500; Fax: 410-727-7505 Non-profit corporation created to revitalize this downtown business district in ways that meet community needs
and bring tourists to the area, while preserving the area’s unique historic character.
Greater Baltimore Black Chamber of Commerce
2505 Lord Baltimore Dr., Ste. A78, Baltimore, MD 21244; 443-424-2201 Committed to serving as a beacon of strength, integrity and knowledge for Black-owned businesses operating in Greater Baltimore.
Greater Baltimore Committee, Inc.
111 S. Calvert St., Ste. 1700, Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-727-2820;
Fax: 410-539-5705
An organization of prominent business leaders dedicated to strengthening the Baltimore region’s business climate.
Hampden Village Merchants Association
3620 Falls Rd., Baltimore, MD 21211; 410-662-4444
Works to keep the mostly independent and locally owned shops, restaurants and businesses of Greater Hampden
— including Medfield, Woodberry, Remington and Roland Park — safe and unique.
Live Baltimore Home Center
343 N. Charles St., 1st Floor, Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-637-3750;
Fax: 410-637-3751
Your one-stop resource for Baltimore city living. This is the exclusive organization for finding comprehensive information on neighborhoods, home-buying incentive programs, buying and renting resources and more!
Maryland Center for
Hospitality Training
P.O. Box 8693, Elkridge, MD 21075
A soft skills hospitality training center and administrator of the Baltimore Certified Tourism Ambassador (CTA) Program.
Open Works
1400 Greenmount Ave., Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-862-0424
We house a 34,000-sq.-ft. nonprofit makerspace, making tools, technology and the knowledge to use them. Access affordable space in a shared environment.
Pigtown Main Street
763 Washington Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21230; 443-908-7038;
Fax: 410-244-0969
A friendly place to live or visit, Pigtown Main Street offers a vibrant community, local shops and great eats — all steps from downtown Baltimore.
R. House
301 W. 29th St., Baltimore, MD 21211; 443-347-3570
A collection of 10 chef-driven fast and casual food concepts in a modern, newly renovated auto body shop.
Restaurant Association
of Maryland
6301 Hillside Court, Columbia, MD 21046; 410-290-6800;
Fax: 410-290-6882
The food service industry’s trade group is a resource for owners, operators, meeting planners, tour group operators and consumers. Provides restaurant referrals for large and small groups and sells gift certificates redeemable at more than 500 Maryland restaurants.
Visit Harford!
115 N. Main St., Ste. C, Bel Air, MD 21014; 410-838-7777
Located just 25 miles north of Baltimore with sights that include a lighthouse, covered bridge and Ripken Stadium.
Civic Organizations
A Grandmother’s Pilgrimage, Inc.
1027 Cathedral St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 443-683-4696
A mobile educational theater/classroom, where storytelling and art foster community conversations.
Friends of Patterson Park
27 S. Patterson Park Ave., Baltimore, MD 21231; 410-276-3676;
Fax: 410-327-7592
Public park featuring 140 acres, recreation, history and fun.
GLCCB (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center) 241 W. Chase St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-837-5445; Fax: 410-837-4114 Nonprofit community center dedicated
to serving LGBT people in Baltimore and Central Maryland.
Mount Vernon Cultural District
201 W. Monument St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 410-685-3750
Serves to showcase and promote the world-class attractions, timely events and unique charm of the Mount Vernon neighborhood to residents and visitors.
Corporate Supporters
Cvent, Inc.
8180 Greensboro Drive, Ste. 450, McLean, VA 22102; 703-226-3539; Fax: 703-226-3501
Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, L.L.P.
7 St. Paul St., Ste. 1900, Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-347-8700;
Fax: 410-223-3724
Baltimore-based and one of Maryland’s largest law firms, with more than 170 attorneys.
Maryland Tourism Agencies/Destination Maryland
Annapolis and Anne Arundel Conference and Visitors Bureau 26 West St., Annapolis, MD 21401; 410-280-0445; Fax: 410-280-0994 Come sail away to Annapolis where history lives in a museum without walls. The vibe of the quaint seaport village is laid-back; the scenery is awe-inspiring; and the local fare is seasoned with the flavors of the Chesapeake Bay.
Baltimore County
Office of Tourism and Promotion 400 Washington Ave., Towson, MD 21204; 410-887-2849;
Fax: 410-337-8496
Promotes Baltimore County events, accommodations, restaurants and attractions. Publishes a visitors’ information and conference guide.
Baltimore Tourism Association
P.O. Box 2254, Baltimore, MD 21203; 410-625-7064; Fax: 410-625-7093 Travel professionals dedicated to group sales and marketing for the Baltimore area. This volunteer association
uses powerful partnerships, creative packaging and innovative ideas to attract groups.
Bite of Baltimore
Baltimore, MD 21224; 410-929-6525 We are the premier locally owned and operated food tour operator in Baltimore City. A walking tour of a neighborhood, where we show off our history and feed you delicious local cuisine — all included in the price!!
Carroll County Tourism
225 N. Center St., Room 107, Westminster, MD 21157; 410-386-2983; Fax: 410-876-1560
Promotes attractions, festivals and special events, including the Maryland Wine Festival. Publishes and distributes guides to accommodations, antiques shops and annual events and provides packaged group tours.
Howard County Tourism
& Promotion
8267 Main St., Ellicott City, MD 21043; 410-313-1900; Fax: 410-313-1902 Provides information about meeting facilities, events, accommodations and restaurants in Howard County, situated between Baltimore and Washington, D.C.
Maryland Department of Commerce
401 E. Pratt St., 14th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-767-3400;
Fax: 410-333-6643
Maryland has so many choices for every size meeting, offering outstanding accommodations, world-class meeting facilities, restaurants, activities and entertainment. For a free meeting facilities guide, call 1-800-322-2985.
Maryland Hotel & Lodging Association
839 Bestgate Rd., Ste. 400, Annapolis, MD 21401; 410-974-4472;
Fax: 410-757-3809
Representing Maryland’s lodging industry with member benefits that include regulatory and legislative lobbying, a legal guide and money-saving programs.
Maryland Tourism Coalition
P.O. Box 298, Crownsville, MD 21032; 443-521-1538; Fax: 410-923-0066 Statewide membership association that connects, educates and represents Maryland’s $18 billion tourism industry at large.
Visit Baltimore
100 Light St., 12th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21202; 410-659-7300;
Fax: 410-727-2308
This membership-based organization is the official destination development and marketing leader for Greater Baltimore, responsible for generating economic benefits to the community by attracting convention and leisure visits.
Visit Harford!
115 N. Main St., Ste. C, Bel Air, MD 21014; 410-838-7777
Located just 25 miles north of Baltimore with sights that include a lighthouse, covered bridge and Ripken Stadium.
Waterfront Partnership
of Baltimore
650 S. Exeter St., Ste. 200, Baltimore, MD 21202; 443-743-3308
Works to ensure a cleaner, more attractive and more exciting waterfront.
Other Non-Profits
Baltimore Arts Realty Corporation
120 W. North Ave., Ste. 201, Baltimore, MD 21201; 443-275-2174
BARCO is a non-profit real estate developer creating working spaces
for Baltimore’s growing community of artists, performers, makers and artisans.
Baltimore Outreach Services, Inc. (BOS)
701 S. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21230; 410-752-7179
Nonprofit organization providing housing, education and job training to homeless women and their children.
Benevolent Baskets
17 W. Franklin St., Baltimore, MD 21201; 443-304-7127
A nonprofit organization specializing
in curated, local welcome bags and
gift baskets; providing job training and support to formerly homeless women.
Good Shepherd
United Methodist Church
3800 Roland Ave., Baltimore, MD 21211; 410-243-1129
Free after-school program, free
summer camps, vibrant worship, inter- generational. We are called to serve the needs of all of God’s children within and beyond our walls. 109
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