BIPOC Makers

We are thrilled to be a supporting partner with Built Oregon and its grant program, which directly assists local BIPOC food and beverage makers in Oregon through funding and mentorship. Grants are given to address a specific business need with a targeted outcome. These grants are tied to the Built Oregon Mentor Network and Accelerator Program to provide long-term business knowledge and support. Our merchandising and product teams are excited to help, where we can, to assist local food and beverage makers reach their full potential.

Initial recipients are as follows:

Honeybee Lemonade Syrups
Drink Mamey
Royalty Spirits
Arrow Coffee
Ice Queen
People of Colour Clothing
Exilior Coffee
La Familia Cider
Deadstock Coffee
The Cracker King
Choi’s Kimchi

If you would like to donate to this fund to preserve Oregon’s economic and cultural health, go here. We look forward to sharing more about these fantastic BIPOC grant recipients, such as Hibisbloom, who is featured in this recent video, created by Market of Choice.

Published On: October 8th, 2020

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