Increase your spending with BIPOC-owned businesses

ShopBIPOC makes it easy for your organization to align its spending goals with its social and racial justice values.

ShopBIPOC highlights and supports Black, Indigenous, Asian, Latino/a/e/x, biracial, and multiracial-owned businesses and was built to make it easier for large institutions, organizations, and corporate buyers to diversify their supply chain. When your organization buys from local BIPOC-owned businesses, it can make a big difference in the livelihoods of local, small business owners and help close the racial wealth gap.

If you have questions about how to use this site, ideas for collaborating to support BIPOC-owned businesses, want information on how to engage more BIPOC-owned businesses in your supply chain, or become a ShopBIPOC Champion, please email us at

ShopBIPOC Champions

The institutions below are community leaders that leverage their everyday business practices to help create a stronger, healthier, more sustainable, and more inclusive local economy. Each institution listed is sharing the ShopBIPOC platform with its employees.

ShopBIPOC businesses: Click on large institution’s logos for information on how to do business on a larger scale with that institution. Logos for smaller organizations link to their homepages.

Click on any of the logos for more information.

University of Colorado logo
Auraria Higher Education Center  logo
Denver Economic Development logo
Metro State University logo
CSU Spur  logo
Denver Health logo
Mountain View United Church logo
St Francis Center logo
highlands church logo
mosaic church logo
columbine unitarian logo
first universalist logo
jefferson unitarian logo
united church of christ longmont logo