Sponsorship

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 helps us run food literacy programs for kids, host educational demos and food festivals across the season, and 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.

Interested in finding out more? Check out our 2019 Sponsorship Info, read our Markets Overviewor email Jen Candela, jenateatlocal.org, for more details.

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

 

 

Major Project Support

 

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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.

 


 

 

Whole Foods Markets provide funding for our Fresh to Families Project, a fresh food access program benefitting low income families, newly arrived refugees, and at risk expectant mothers in Vancouver. More info on the project at this link: eatlocal.org/fresh-to-families

 

 

 

2019 Market Sponsors

 

ElectroRecycle_xl_webElectroRecycle, BC’s only small appliance & power tool recycling program, is thrilled to be partnering with the Vancouver Farmers Market again this year to provide Kitsilano & Trout Lake market-goers with special monthly recycling events. Market shoppers are invited to drop off their old, broken or unwanted electrical appliances such as blenders, hair dryers or power drills for recycling on the first Saturday of the month at Trout Lake Farmers Market, and the first Sunday of the month at Kitsilano Farmers Markets, for FREE, beginning May 4 & 5. For more info on the 300+ products we recycle, please visit www.electrorecycle.ca.

 


 

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We are the evolution of car sharing built for British Columbians. Evo gives you the flexibility to pick up and drop off in different locations, getting you from here to there with room for your friends. Our fleet of Toyota Prius Hybrids provides affordable travel with a lighter environmental footprint and all the space you need to enjoy the best of BC.

 


                                                                                                                                                                                

LeafFilter Gutter Protection seeks to provide the best gutter cover solution paired with an outstanding customer service experience from beginning to end.

Catch LeafFilter at Trout Lake Farmers Market on July 27th to find out more.

 


                                                                                    

Local Health Integrative Clinic creates happy, healthy people through integrative healthcare. With our team of naturopathic doctors, registered massage therapists, acupuncturists, clinical counsellors and holistic nutritionists, we love serving the East Vancouver community in our welcoming space. We offer online booking and direct billing to most extended healthcare plans, making it easy for you to access a full spectrum of healthcare support. For more info, check out our website at www.localhealthco.com.


 

Handmade, 100% Canadian natural organic beds that are heavenly comfortable and long-lasting. More info at cloudninefurniture.ca.


 

Tire Stewardship BC is a not-for-profit society formed to manage BC’s tire recycling program. The program collects an Advance Disposal Fee, commonly referred to as an eco fee, on the sale of every new tire. The fees are used to pay for transporting and recycling BC generated scrap tires ensuring that the tires are disposed of in environmentally responsible ways instead of ending up in our landfills.


 

Honor Wellness Studio offers a wide range of wellness services, including natural vision regeneration, osteopathy, nutritional counselling, acupuncture, and TCM. More info at honorwellness.ca.

 


Orangetheory Fitness Davie St. will be onsite Saturday, July 27 at West End Market. More details on their fitness plans at orangetheoryfitness.com.