The Chamber Updates

Our “Buy-12, Get 15” Membership Drive is LIVE
Until January 15th
What a great gift for a local business owner- including yourself!
Reply back to the newsletter to get this deal now!

On November 28th, our President, Emily Winters, visited the shops in Glyndon and she reported that it was buzzing with activity.
The Northwest corridor of Baltimore County is FULL of small businsses to support this holiday season
Think Small. Think Local

Here are a few pictures from Emily

New Board of Directors for 2021 Have Been Determined

The Northwest Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors would like to share the slate for its 2021 Board of Director’s for your review. We are excited and grateful to have such talented and giving members. Click the button below to download the 2021 slate.

Our new Board will be sworn-in during our Annual Breakfast on January 26th.

See details in our EVENT section.

If you would like to be part of a committee,
contact us to explore the opportunities to engage with chamber members

Businesses: We Need You!

Toy and Toiletry Drive for the Community Crisis Center (CCC

We need a few businesses and organizations in Reisterstown, Owings Mills, and Glyndon to volunteer to be a drop off site for donations! Please let us now right away so we can advertise these efforts to the public.

The CCC, is a local non-profit organization who assists families in crisis. They rely on donations and work with the Maryland Food Bank to distribute food and personal hygiene items to families in Reisterstown, Owings Mills, and Glyndon.

The demand for these items is up 400%!

What used to last a month, now is distributed in a week. CCC needs your help! Currently, CCC is not accepting drop off donations of supplies from individuals. However, CCC will accept bulk donations from the Northwest Chamber of Commerce.

Therefore, we are asking businesses and organizations in the area to volunteer as a drop off site where individuals could drop off toys and toiletry items in a designated box.

Questions or To Be a Drop-Off Zone;
Email Jennifer Kramer-dela Cruz with Keller Williams Legacy.

The Community Crisis Center, Inc., is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.

Our Facebook page is very active and a great place to see what is happening not just with the Northwest Chamber, but with our members and community as well. Plus, each Friday our Board President, Dennis Klein, entertains us while giving weekly news from our members and us through our Facebook Friday Live broadcast.

Follow our page to see how to support local businesses.
Plus- it’s fun!

Member Interview Series
Meet Teni of Women of Valor Ministries

(You will be inspired by her – No Doubt)

Meet Teni of the non-profit Women of Valor Ministries. Teni reminds us that “some things that we take for granted is someone else’s prayer”. Teni helps community members to live and grow in very difficult personal situations. If you would like to learn how you can voluteer with Women of Valor- email Teni here: It’s a great way for high schooler’s to gain community hours too!