Event Setup


Thank you for your interest in sponsoring a GoFarm event or program! GoFarm sponsors are crucial leaders in the community, making a positive impact and helping GoFarm thrive.

We offer many different opportunities for corporate and community sponsors:

SAB Logo.png

1st Annual Sunrise Awards Breakfast - Thursday, May 19, 2022

  • The Golden Hotel  |  120 guests

  • The Sunrise Awards Breakfast brings us together to honor local farmers and community stakeholders who support local agriculture and are contributing to the improvement of our local food system.


Learn more about this event >

Screen Shot 2021-11-08 at 1.19.49 PM.png

8th Annual Harvest Dinner - Saturday, September 17, 2022

  • Celebration Plaza in Downtown Golden  |  150 guests

  • The Harvest Dinner brings us together to celebrate local farmers, local food, and local chefs over a shared, 4-course meal where renowned chefs will highlight our delicious Colorado bounty.

Learn more about this event >


GoFarm Programs:

  • We run three programs: Farmer Assistance (focused on supporting local and beginning farmers), Local Food Share (focused on connecting people with local agriculture), and Community Food Access (focused on making locally grown food more affordable and accessible to everyone in our community).

  • We're always open to discussing sponsorship opportunities for different activities under each of our programs. Please reach out to learn more!


Learn more about our programs >

If you would like to give a gift as an individual donor, please visit our donation page! If you would like to inquire about giving another type of gift, such as an in-kind donation, office supplies, farm equipment, etc. please reach out to us at info@gofarm.org.


Any donation is greatly appreciated and makes a difference in our community.

Messages From Our Sponsors

"The Cyclist Lawyer is a proud corporate sponsor of GoFarm because we believe in saving our communities by feeding our bodies real, locally-grown, organic, in-season foods, while also helping farmers earn decent wages doing urban farming and supporting community members."

~ The Cyclist Lawyer