19 Black-Owned Businesses in Philly That Give Back

Celebrate Black History Month—and beyond—by supporting Black-owned businesses that do cool stuff while also doing good

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff

Business for Good: Oat Foundry

The local product design company tackles awesomely out-there projects while weaving sustainability throughout every aspect of its work. A latte in outer-space, anyone?

By Courtney DuChene

Business For Good: Aequo Fund

The new program aims to take on the failings of the finance world by providing capital (and more) to promising minority and women developers

By Christine Speer Lejeune

The New Futurists

From Bezos to biotech, true visionaries connect the dots in ways that pollsters and pundits don’t—but should

By Ajay Raju

Ideas We Should Steal Festival 2020: Shattering The Glass Ceiling

Join The Citizen for lessons in breaking business barriers and building diversity, from the women who are doing it

By Christine Speer Lejeune

Business for Good: Germ Hero

A trio of entrepreneurs has brought their proprietary cleaning product to Philly to keep businesses clean and customers safe in the age of Covid-19

By Courtney DuChene

Business For Good: Power Home Remodeling

The Chester-based company's commitment to veterans isn't some feel-good photo-op—it's a profitable business model for others to follow

By Jessica Blatt Press

Business for Good: Aardvark Mobile Health

The Conshohocken-based business is fighting the spread of Covid-19 by meeting people where they are

By Courtney DuChene