From the time we first pitched our tents in Downtown New Orleans, our goals at Crescent City Farmers Market have remained in place: to bring new life to public spaces; to cultivate sustainable, regional development through a shared love of food; and to create models for turning cultural assets into economic ones. Our accomplishments would not have been possible without the generous support of the community and the volunteers.

The Crescent City Farmers Market operates with a balanced mix of earned income, grants, individual donations and a modest endowment housed at the Greater New Orleans Foundation. We carefully consider how and where we spend our resources, a strategy that has helped us forge long-term partnerships with foundations and corporate donors.

Please join us in our effort to build a stronger, healthier community!


We are grateful for their support, as well as that of the countless volunteers and individual donors who have shared their time and dollars to help make our Market a success.

Abigail Brandao

Alex Coleman

Alfred W. Brown, III

Allison M. Freeman

American Heart Association

Anastasia Lyman

Andrew McDaniel

Ann Thompson

Anna Leightman

Avery Bassich

Avery Corenswet

Ben Burkett

Beth Lambert

Betts Family Foundation

Beverly Nichols

Blue Cross Blue Shield of Louisiana

Blue Moon Fund

Bruce Gallassero

Carl Rosenblum

Caroline Sontheimer

Carro Gardner

Christin Logarakis

Christina Bouzon

Christopher Parker


Danielle Paciera

Darlene Robert

David Baker

Debbie Calkins

Diane Africk

Donald Brady

Elisa Munoz

Elizabeth Brown

Elizabeth Gephart

Elizabeth Klein

Emery Van Hook Sonnier

Erin Bolles

Eugenie & Joseph Jones Family Foundation

First NBC

Gene Coia

Geraldine Dardinski


Good Eggs

Grace LeCorgne

Greater New Orleans Foundation

Greg Sanamo


J. Kenneth Saer

Jackie Yancey

Jeanne Hughes

Jennifer Parkerson

Jessica Thomas

Jewelynn Nice

Jill Dalier

Joann Ricci

John Norris

Jonah Dowling

Jones Family Foundation

Joseph Marsiglia

Judith Karst

Judith Thigpen

Judy Stavisky

Julia Bland

Julie Finger

Kane Nantambu

Kaneez Hakim

Kathleen Carlin

Kathryn Parker

Kathryn Rosenblum

Kathy Wiedorn

Katie Landry

Katie Mularz

Keelia O'Malley

Keller Family Foundation

Kendra LeSar

Kia Brown

Kira McAllister Norris

Kristina Gibson

Laitram, LLC

Leah Whann

Lee Anne Garner

Leslie Holman

Libby Hoefer

Lisa Brooking

Lise Devine

Lisette Osier

Lori Dowden

Lori Parker

Louisette Brown

Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities

Louisiana Public Health Institute

Lynn Brooks

Lynn Dicharry

Mac Ball

Magnolia Fleet

Margaret Beer

Margaret Lang

Mary An Godshall

Mary Ferry Bigelow

Mary K. Zervigon

Mary Susan Conley

Mary Virre

Maura Sylvester

Maurya Kilroy

Maxx Sizeler

Michael Kane

Michelle Landry

Monique McCleskey

New Orleans Musician Assistance Fund

Peoples Health

Peter Ricchiuti

Rebecca Jordan

Rebecca Kelly

Rebecca Malek-Wiley

Richard McCarthy III

Richard McCarthy, IV

Richard Oberhelman

Robin Barnes

Rodco Worldwide, Inc.

Rusty Gaude

Ruth U. Fertel Foundation

Seth Harris

Sharon Jackson

Sharon Litwin

Sheldon Lykes Eustis

Stephen Hales

Susan Tucker

Sybil M. Favrot

Teri Tanenbaum

Terri Troncale

The Pinckelope Foundation

The Rapides Foundation

Thomas Bourgeois

Thomas Igou

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Wallace Landry Family Foundation

Walter David Siegel

Wayne Amedee

Wells Fargo & Company

William Mupo

William Paulson

Wilmer Freiberg

Support Market Umbrella and the Crescent City Farmers Market

Support Market Umbrella and the Crescent City Farmers Market

Support Market Umbrella and the Crescent City Farmers Market

Support Market Umbrella and the Crescent City Farmers Market

Support Market Umbrella and the Crescent City Farmers Market

Market Umbrella


Market Umbrella is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3), based in New Orleans, whose mission is to cultivate the field of public markets for public good. Market Umbrella has operated the Crescent City Farmers Markets (CCFM) since 1995.

Crescent City Farmers Market


The Crescent City Farmers Market operates weekly year-round in four New Orleans neighborhoods. The market hosts nearly 80 local small farmers, fishers and food producers, and more than 100,000 shoppers annually.