Become a Sponsor!
The Wrightstown Farmers Market is dedicated to supporting local farmers and food producers and as we enter our 16th regular market season, we are very proud that we have grown into the largest producer-only farmers market in Bucks County, PA. Every Saturday from May to Thanksgiving, between 800-1500 people visit our unique, producer-only market. We host over 30 local producers selling fresh vegetables, fruits, meats, dairy and eggs from pasture-raised animals grown without hormones or antibiotics. Shoppers also find freshly baked breads and sweets, fresh prepared foods, local honey, all natural dog products, handmade soaps and lotions, artisan crafts, locally roasted organic coffee and more. People come to our market for more than just shopping – they come to have an experience. They meet friends, enjoy a chef demonstration, listen to local musical talent, involve their children in fun crafts or activities and enjoy other special events throughout the season.
We are building a market that contributes to our local economy and helps create a real sense of community. We invite you to join us and be a part of what we are building. Your sponsorship will help us continue to grow and increase our service to our community with:
Musicians at the market
Children’s crafts and educational activities
Adult educational activities
Market merchandise (t-shirts, market bags)
Advertising and Marketing
Increasing awareness of the market in the community
In addition to supporting a local market that benefits our community health and local economy, your organization can benefit from sponsorship in a number of ways depending on your level of support. Through our weekly e-newsletter, more than 1500 people will know about your support twice a week.
We need you as a partner so together we can make our community even greater!
Become a Sponsor:
Please contact Cheryl Gilmore, Market Manager, at 215.378.3284 or at
The WFM was founded by the Bucks County Foodshed Alliance, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, charitable organization. Sponsorships may be eligible for a tax deduction.