Did you know the Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market is managed and operated by local non-profit Career Transitions?
The GVFM is one of Career Transitions’ largest programs. Held at the Gallatin County Fairgrounds, the market supports nearly 120 vendors and thousands of customers at any given market. In its fifty years of service, the GVFM has provided an opportunity for hundreds of Montana’s own to market and sell their homemade food, handmade crafts, and locally grown produce to the greater Bozeman area. Vendors and customers of the GVFM have shared many Montana summers supporting one another and reminding everyone of the prosperity which community togetherness brings.
The GVFM really prides itself in acting as a safe place and a starting point for many businesses, so through this link between CT and the GVFM, we can fulfill our collaborative mission to help individuals and families find self-sustainment through home-based business. With low start-up costs, an already established customer base, including advertising, and the direct producer-to-consumer sales model, start-up businesses can be sure they will receive a return on their investment. Plus, the benefits of engaging in a community event like the GVFM are simply priceless.
Without Career Transitions, The Gallatin Valley Farmers’ Market would not be able to support our local businesses. Please consider donating during the annual Give Big Gallatin Valley giving day May 4th through 5th. No amount is too small. The GVFM fundraising team hopes to raise $350 for Career Transitions this year.
Help an individual gain the support and community they need to THRIVE!