Nonprofits at the Farmers Market

The City of Falls Church Farmers Market welcomes non-profit organizations to attend the market to provide outreach and education to the community and promote their organization and mission. The market is open every Saturday year-round in rain, snow, or shine and we are thankful to have great crowds every Saturday of the year. 

The market has one opportunity each week for non-profit organizations. During the 2024 season, the non-profit organization will be allowed to set up next to the Park Avenue entrance of the farmers market, along the sidewalk to the west of the entrance.

All non-profit groups interested in signing up for an opportunity to provide outreach at the farmers market need to review the guidelines below and then, if in agreement, may sign up for available market date using the link below.

For additional information about attending the farmers market as a non-profit guest, please reach out to the Market Manager, Jennifer Brady, at

City of Falls Church Farmers Market Non-Profit Organization Guidelines

  • Non-profit groups may sign up for a maximum of one visit per month. If demand increases for this space, the Market Manager may decrease the maximum to one visit every two months.
  • All equipment and supplies must be provided by the non-profit organization.
  • The market operates from 8 a.m. to Noon from April through December, and from 9 a.m. to Noon from January through March. Non-profit organizations must be set up and ready to go prior to opening.
  • The farmers market is an outdoor event and open rain or shine. Guests will not be rescheduled due to weather.
  • Tents are only allowed in the event of bad weather. Any guest using a tent must secure the tent with a minimum of 25lbs of weights per each tent leg. In the event a tent is not properly secured, the Market Manager will ask the guest to take down their tent.

If you have read the guidelines and agree to abide by them, you may review available dates for non-profit guests here.