Do you enjoy meeting new people and talking with local farmers and businesses? Interested in learning more about and supporting the markets? Then volunteer as a Market Entrance Volunteer at Hillsboro Farmers' Markets!
As a Market Entrance Volunteer, you will support the markets by:
Greeting customers at the market entrances
Reminding customers of market rules
Counting/tracking customers entering and exiting the market
Communicating with the Market Manager and volunteers at other entrance to ensure only 100 customers are in the market at all times
Before your shifts are scheduled, you will be able to select the market day that is the best fit for you and receive more specific instructions. Please wear comfortable, weather- and family-appropriate clothing, and closed-toe shoes.
Hillsboro Farmers' Markets run from April through October, and volunteer help is needed on Saturday or Sunday AM/PM. Come join the fun and help support the markets!
Safety is our top priority, here are some of our 2020 COVID-19 regulations (2021 regulations will be announced closer to market opening day)
Properly worn face coverings by all market attendees
6 ft social distancing
Booth arrangement COVID Compliant
Volunteer break area
Hand sanitizer and washing stations throughout the market
232 NE Lincoln St, Suite K, Hillsboro, OR 97124, US
Hillsboro Farmers’ Markets creates community gathering-places for people to buy local produce and products. We partner with farms, small businesses, and groups to provide education and resources. These efforts strive to enhance our community health and economic growth.
Hillsboro Farmers’ Markets (HFM) enriches and unifies our community by creating welcoming environments to access affordable regionally grown produce, arts, crafts, and local products. HFM supports farmers, artisans, and other family-owned business entrepreneurs. We encourage partnerships among vendors and the educational and business communities. In partnership with our vendors, we educate consumers on farm practices, sustainability, and the nutritional and economic value of buying locally.