JULY 20 – 22
You’ve already shown your commitment to family farms and sustainable agriculture by sourcing ingredients from some of our best local producers. Table to Farm is an easy way for restaurants, wineries, breweries and other food businesses like yours to go one step further, supporting innovative programs and advocacy that helps family farms succeed, improve their ecological practices, and strengthen our food local system.
HOW IT WORKS:
Sign up to participate in this year’s Table to Farm by pledging 10%, 25% or 50% of sales during three weekdays this summer to Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) as well as by providing your customers with optional donation cards, either at their table or with the bill. Leading up to the event, CAFF will use its own communications platforms and media outreach to promote the event and highlight all participating businesses to its devoted following of food-loving locals and sustainable agriculture advocates.
Optional: CAFF can also provide wine from some of our best local wineries to serve on special during the event, with full proceeds of each glass going towards the fundraiser.
WHEN & WHERE:
This year’s Table to Farm takes place throughout Sonoma and Sacramento Counties from Wednesday July 20 through Friday, July 22, 2022, during normal operating hours of each business.
CAFF WILL PROVIDE:
A 501c3 tax-deduction on all donations, for your business as well as for your customers
Signage and other promotional materials
- Promotion on all of CAFF’s outreach platforms:
- Website listing: 10K monthly visitors
- Newsletter: 15K contacts
- Facebook: 10K followers
- Instagram: 5.5K followers
- Press releases
This events provides participating businesses three levels of giving, all of which can make a significant impact, empowering CAFF’s work in the year ahead. Partners will be acknowledged accordingly for their level of commitment in all campaign promotions.
- Spade: 10% of sales
- Tractor: 20% of sales
- Rainmaker: 30% of sales
To learn more or sign up for this year’s Table to Farm, please contact Evan Wiig at email@example.com. And on behalf of our community of small farms and advocates for a stronger, more just and more sustainable food system, thank you.
Since 1978, Community Alliance with Family Farmers has worked to build sustainable food and farming systems through policy advocacy and on-the-ground programs that create more resilient family farms, communities and ecosystems. A California-based nonprofit, our organization includes family farmers and other community members passionate about local food, farming, and the environment. Our programs include education and research on ecological and regenerative practices, market and other business assistance for farmers from underserved communities, advocacy for progressive causes within agriculture, and hosting the California Small Farm Conference, among many others. To learn more about CAFF, our history, and our core values, visit www.caff.org/about.