Seeking Vietnamese speakers for Thursday's Florin Farmers' Market!

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Are you a Vietnamese speaker looking to give back to your community, help fight for food justice, volunteer your time outdoors, or make a difference?

If you answered "yes" to any or all of the above, volunteering with the CalFresh at Farmers' Markets program at the Florin Road Farmers' Market is the right opportunity for you!

Alchemist Community Development Corporation facilitates and staffs the CalFresh EBT Processing booth at this bustling year-round market. We're looking for dedicated volunteers who want to spend a few hours on Thursday mornings helping EBT customers use their food benefits (formerly "food stamps") to shop at the farmers' market.

Duties for the Farmers’ Market CalFresh/EBT Booth Volunteers include processing EBT and P-EBT transactions, distributing scrip, collecting scrip from the vendors (farmers), and answering general questions about the CalFresh at Farmers' Market program. Volunteers will receive a 1-hour hands-on training.

  • Our farm-to-fork California capital is incredibly diverse, and so is our CalFresh client base. Alchemist CDC specifically seeks Vietnamese-speaking volunteers to help communicate with both Vietnamese-speaking customers and vendors.
  • For everyone's continued safety, volunteers and staff are required to wear a well-fitted face mask that completely covers your nose and mouth while at the market until otherwise determined by Alchemist CDC.
  • Only available 1 or 2 Thursdays a month, but still interested? We would love to have you!

Be a part of the Farm to EVERY Fork movement and help provide food access for all of South Sacramento!

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About Alchemist CDC


4625 44th Street, Suite 33, Sacramento, CA 95820, US

Mission Statement

Alchemist Community Development Corporation (CDC) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting communities to land, food and opportunity toward a vision in which all neighborhoods are vibrant, equitable, healthy, and diverse.


As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, we rely on the help of volunteers to connect communities to land, food and opportunity toward a vision in which all neighborhoods are vibrant, equitable, healthy, and diverse. We offer a range of volunteer opportunities across three different programs: CalFresh at Farmers' Markets, Neighborhood Empowerment, and Community Connections 95820.

CalFresh at Farmers' Markets: this program operates CalFresh processing at multiple farmers' markets throughout Sacramento County through . The CalFresh program offers qualifying lower income individuals financial assistance in purchasing food for themselves and their families. Farmers' markets are a great asset to communities, and can lead to improved health for area residents. By making it easier for lower-income populations to purchase food at farmers' markets, these community assets will become more equitable and accessible to all individuals. CalFresh at Farmers' Markets volunteers assist in processing SNAP transactions, distribute EBT and Market Match vouchers, and assist in redemption of vouchers from farmers' market vendors.

Neighborhood Empowerment: We believe that communities have within themselves the vision, passions, and ability to do good and great things. We also recognize that many great ideas can be held back by the need for formal organizational structure. We see our role in the community as providing the structure and support of a trellis on which the vines of grassroots collaboration can grow, flourish, and bear fruit. In this capacity, Alchemist is best known for our Land-Based Work. Through these projects, we help transform blighted land into vibrant, neighborhood amenities through direct community engagement, design, and hands-on participation in creating public gardens and community gathering spaces.

Community Connections 95820: We deliver farm fresh produce and grocery staples to low-income families in south Sacramento that have barriers to accessing traditional emergency food distribution sites during the COVID crisis, (e.g., immunocompromised, senior or other COVID-vulnerable family members in the household, lack of transportation, single caregivers, etc.) We deliver this food right to their door every week at no charge. We prioritize purchasing our produce from small-midsize local growers whenever possible, resulting in additional economic support for our region.


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3001 Florin RoadSacramento, CA 95822



  • Customer Service
  • Transactions
  • Nutrition
  • Community Outreach
  • Vietnamese
  • Multi-Tasking


  • Teens
  • People 55+


  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • Thursdays from 8am-12:30pm or 10am-12:30pm. We are looking for volunteers to help us on a weekly, bi-monthly, or monthly basis.
  • We also welcome minor volunteers that are at least 14 years old! But to stay in compliance with CA Bill AB506, a guardian needs to be present with the minor throughout the duration of their shift.

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