Community Organizations and Services
There are many business community resources in Baldwin and the South Hills of Pittsburgh that want your business to succeed!
Brentwood Baldwin Whitehall Chamber of Commerce
The Brentwood Baldwin Whitehall Chamber of Commerce has worked to promote every business within the Chamber. The vision is to make our community a better place to live, shop, and do business. As business people, the Chamber comes together and reach out to every aspect of the community. The Chamber sponsors activities to inform residents and businesses of our goods and services. They also hos luncheons, dinners, and mixers, to provide the platform to discuss business community needs, present products and services, and network.
Learn more about the Brentwood Baldwin Whitehall Chamber of Commerce here.
Design Consult Program
The Design Consults program provides educational materials, renovation resources, and affordable consultations to small business owners planning property improvements. For a modest fee, a professional designer will help a property owner explore renovation options, understand the impact of their investments, and realize the value of preservation and design. By expanding property owners’ understanding of design options, the Design Consults program encourages people to make well-informed investments that add value to their homes and neighborhoods.
For more information about this program, please visit this website.
Economic Development South
Economic Development South (EDS) is a non-profit community and economic development corporation governed by a Board of Directors comprised of leading local civic and business leaders from the Brentwood, Baldwin, Whitehall, Carrick, Overbrook, Mt. Oliver, Pleasant Hills, Jefferson Hills, Brookline and Bethel Park communities of Allegheny County. EDS communities total over 110,000 residents and nearly 3,500 businesses; approximately 12 percent of the total residents and businesses in Allegheny County.
Learn more about the resources EDS offers to businesses here.
Sustainable Pittsburgh and the Green Workplace Challenge
Looking to become a more sustainable business? Sustainable Pittsburgh works with representatives to help set and meet strategic sustainability goals and connect sustainability professionals with each other.
The Pittsburgh Green Workplace Challenge (GWC) enables businesses to participate in a friendly challenge program where they can receive due recognition for their sustainable actions and achievements. Actions that demonstrate measurable change provide companies with a baseline for comparison in the future. The challenge includes a number of measurable and verifiable actions for businesses and property owners to implement, which results in earning points.
Learn more about Sustainable Pittsburgh and what they have to offer here.
Learn how to become involved in the Green Workplace Challenge here.