Upcoming Chamber Events

1/27/22 6:00pm -7:30pm
Women's Leadership Committee Meeting- Members you can learn how to put your Strategic plan for 2022 into ACTION. Don't forget to register!

2/3/22 6:00pm-7:00pm
General Membership Meeting- Join us for a Conversation with Commissioner of Labor and Industry, Matt Helminiak

  • Cost-free business resources
  • Employment standards (wage and hour laws)
  • Emergency Temporary Standard /COVID-19 protocols
  • Update on relevant legislative business activity 

2/8/22 12:00pm-1:00pm
Public Policy Committee Meeting-Meet Lobbyist Chris Costello and learn more about what bills impact the Chamber of Commerce.


3/25/22 1:00pm-3:00pm
The Women's Leadership Committee will be hosting the annual "The Power of Women" Virtual Conference. Details and registration information will be provided in February.
Events In Baltimore
After going virtual in 2021, the CIAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament is headed to Charm City February 21-26, 2022. Check out Visit Baltimore to learn more at Baltimore.org
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  • Daily Inspirational Quotes
  • Motivational Videos
  • Updates on Events

Membership has its benefits,
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Membership in the Chamber brings many advantages for our members' businesses. It may include networking opportunities, member discounts, business support and advice, and the chance to have your views represented at county, regional and national levels through the Chamber’s on-going lobbying activity. In addition, as a member you will have a joint membership with the Maryland Chamber of Commerce through our Federation partnership. This is offered to small businesses (10 or fewer full time employees) who are current Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce members.

The significance of the Chamber membership builds over time - the more involved you are, the more you’ll get out of your membership. Take advantage of the current Membership benefits and opportunities. We have some good things in store for you all this year.
Currently Looking for Sponsors and Volunteers

The Baltimore City Chamber wants to partner with YOU! The Chamber offers a variety of affordable sponsorship packages which provide the opportunity to have your business promoted in our weekly emails, website, and more! Know anyone who would be interested in becoming a sponsor? Contact Lenora Henry, Executive Director to schedule a meeting and learn more how to engage with the Chamber at Executivedirector@baltimorecitychamber.org
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Volunteers Needed

Are you looking for a volunteer opportunity? The Chamber wants members to get involved with our Events, Membership, Public Policy, or Woman’s Leadership Committee. This is an opportunity to develop relationships and exchange ideas with other business owners and corporations. To learn more, reach out to Lenora Henry, Executive Director at Executivedirector@baltimorecitychamber.org

Did You Know?

Governor Hogan Announces Legislation to Eliminate SDAT’s $300 Annual Business Fee Transformative Legislation Will Make Maryland Most Competitive State in the Country for Annual Business Filings

Maryland would be the first state in the country to provide a zero-fee option for all businesses for this type of filing, which is required to be submitted every year with the Maryland State Department of Assessments and Taxation (SDAT). Annual reports, and most business filings, can be submitted online using the Hogan administration’s award-winning Maryland Business Express website.

Corporations, LLCs, and other legal entities are currently required to file annual reports with SDAT every year for $300, and family farms for $100. The administration's bill would not only amend Maryland’s annual report fee structure to be among the most competitive in the nation, but it would also incentivize online filing, which is a more efficient and cost-effective filing method for businesses and the state.

If you are a business owner and are unsure whether your business is in good standing, or if you are required to submit an annual report, please read SDAT’s Good Standing Checklist.

Baltimore City has established an online application process for the American Rescue Plan Act funding to support projects for City agencies and nonprofit organizations. Projects must have a minimum grant request of $250,000 to be considered. So, if you are a nonprofit, visit https://arp.baltimorecity.gov/apply-funding to apply. For additional questions or assistance regarding the application process, please contact arp@baltimorecity.gov


Chamber Member Chase Street Accessories and Engraving offers custom awards, branded promotional products, personalized gifts, and Baltimore City souvenirs. They also provided the awards and commemorative champagne glasses at the Baltimore City Chamber 2021 Masquerade Ball. Contact Chase Street

Chamber Member Andy Morsberger of Minuteman Press offers design, print and promotional items. They also provided the signs, badges and face masks at the Baltimore City Chamber 2021 Masquerade Ball.

Chamber Member George Faber can help you find suitable affordable medical coverage, critical illness, short term disability, dental and more? Whether obtaining a health plan is your financial responsibility or you want to supplement an existing plan to protect your savings and family, send George a message at George.Faber@USHAdvisors.com or call (443) 474 4800. Immediate quotes provided! 

Chamber Member Dr. D Rica Wilson and Dominic Nell, Co-Founders of Wilson-Nell will be organizing a Prevention Convention and partnering with various community organizations February 17 thru February 20, 2022. The 4-track, multi-day conference will offer DUI & substance abuse education, burnout prevention skills & coping strategies for families dealing with life stressor fatigue, food justice & food as medicine workshops. Additionally, it will offer a community storytelling track. Please send an email to wilsonnellcorporate@gmail.com or call at (443) 759-3848 to discuss how you can help make the community Prevention Convention a success. 

Chamber Member Roxanne Alexander Little is a veteran, real estate agent, real estate investor, and entrepreneur building relationships within the community. As an agent who's an expert in this local area, she can help you purchase any home listed with any broker in our geographic region. Selling your home is more than just a decision, it’s an emotional one. That’s why it’s so important to choose the right real estate representative, one who’s not just a salesperson, but one who will take the time to learn your needs and will care about them. Roxanne brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise about buying and selling real estate. Please send an email to Roxanne.Little@penfedrealty.com or call at
443-721-0904. Website: https://roxannelittle.penfedrealty.com/
Want Your Business Highlighted in
Our Weekly Emails?
Please email us at info@baltimorecitychamber.org in order to be featured in our Weekly Messages from the Chairwoman.

In the email please include the following:
  • Business name
  • Brief 4-7 sentences explaining what your company does and the product/ service that you would like to be highlighted.
  • A link to your website
  • An email and/or number for members to contact you
If you are an active Baltimore City Chamber Member and you have a special offer for our Members, or if you would like to discuss Membership opportunities, contact us at info@baltimorecitychamber.org.  

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Kimberly Castle Royster
Baltimore City Chamber of Commerce 443-860-2020 www.baltimorecitychamber.org