Vendor Access Fund - Mini Grants 2023
This mini-grant program is offered to leverage vendors and reduce barriers for those who plan to launch or expand their offerings at the South Valley Farmers Market.
Eligibility and Awards:
Vendors who are approved for South Valley Farmers Market 2023 and are attending at least 6 consecutive markets are eligible to apply. Priority will be given to underserved populations, farm and food vendors, and new and beginning vendors. Awards will range from $50-$250. Project expenses may include: equipment, licensing, insurance, booth fees, supplies, and education. Recipients will have reporting requirements including proof of funds spent.
Amount requested ($50-$250)
Describe the scope of your project:
Project must be completed before December 2023.
Select all options that apply to your ethnicity.
Hispanic or Latino
Black or African American
Asian or Asian American
American Indian, Alaska Native or Indigenous
Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander
I prefer not to answer
Select other identifiers that fit you.
Living with a disability
English as a second language
First generation farmer
Beginning business owner (first 3 years of regular operation)
None of these
Prefer not to answer
All identifying data and business information will be kept confidential. Proposals will be reviewed by a committee formed of the SVFM board of directors and the market manager.
Thank you to The Upper Willamette Soil and Water Conservation District for supporting our local food system and our vendors through these grants.
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