Each year, Vancouver Farmers Markets extends invitations to sponsors to create an intimate and like-minded group of brands that value local food, sustainability, and healthy communities.

Our sponsors and community partners provide funding that pays for equipment purchases, operational expenses, and new market research and start up. Sponsorship dollars also helps us facilitate special programs like the Fresh to Families Project. Your sponsorship will support us as we continue to build successful, vibrant markets for Vancouver, which help keep BC farms in production.

Become a VFM sponsor!

Click here to read all that you need to know about Farmers Markets Sponsorships.

And if that resonates with what you do, check out our Sponsorship Package and email Bree Hayden at bree@eatlocal.org, to take it further.

Also linked here are the FAQs about farmers markets sponsorships.



Vancouver Farmers Markets is proud to be a 1% For the Planet Non Profit Organization


Major Project Support



Over the past 5 years Vancity and the Vancity VISA enviroFund have supported the Vancouver Farmers Markets to start-up new, thriving neighbourhood farmers markets including the Kitsilano Sunday Farmers Market and the all-outdoor Saturday Winter Farmers Market near Nat Bailey Stadium, and in 2012, the Wednesday Main St. Station Farmers Market. Additionally, since 2010, Vancity has supported the Vancouver Farmer Markets by providing project start-up funding to develop infrastructure for our markets and the local food system as a whole.


Market Day Sponsors


Gary Wong Group is sponsoring the 2023 Riley Park Farmers Market.

As an award-winning REALTOR®, Gary and his team specialize in helping families and investors build long term wealth through building a real estate portfolio. More about Gary Wong Group

StreetSide Developments is sponsoring the 2023 Riley Park Farmers Market (Summer).

Nestled at the intersection of Quebec and 33rd, Bailey by StreetSide introduces a contemporary array of living spaces, ranging from studio to three-bedroom units with flexible layouts. This development marks StreetSide’s inaugural venture into Vancouver and stands as a testament to their commitment to crafting living spaces that transcend the ordinary. More about Bailey by StreetSide.

Stilhavn is sponsoring the 2023 Kitsilano Farmers Market.

A curated collection of top-performing REALTORS® committed to offering an unparalleled experience throughout your buying and selling journey. Here, we take a cultured approach to real estate, we are distinctly West Coast, and we’re created with you in mind.

Stilhavn. Relationship-driven. Results-focused. Strategy-led. More about Stilhavn.

Downtown Vancouver is sponsoring the 2023 Downtown Farmers Market.

DTVAN a non-profit organization that represents 7,000 business and property owners in the central 90-block area of Vancouver’s downtown core. Supporting them, and making Downtown Vancouver a place where everyone feels welcome, drives the organization. More about DTVAN



BC Hydro’s West End Substation project is sponsoring the 2023 West End Farmers Market.

BC Hydro powers the province with clean electricity, powered by water. It’s planning a new West End Substation to ensure it can continue to deliver reliable power to homes and businesses in this downtown Vancouver community. Read more about this project, and sign-up for updates, on the West End Substation project webpage.

Membership Drive Giveaway Sponsor

The Bike Doctor has served Vancouver’s cycling community for decades. The Bike Doctor has helped and delighted both new cyclists and experienced riders alike! Our knowledgeable and friendly staff will make sure that every visit ais a worthwhile experience without making customers feel pressured or unwelcome. We also have one of the best service areas in the city, so any repairs or advice you seek can be handled by a professional, experienced mechanic.


Interested in becoming a Vancouver Farmers Market sponsor? See our Sponsorship Package for more details or contact our Access & Development Manager Bree Haydenbree@eatlocal.org