Fresh Bucks is a nutrition incentive program that provides the opportunity for individuals and families who utilize the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), recognized as Hoosier Works/EBT in Indiana, to purchase more fruits and vegetables from local farmers at participating Farmers Markets in Marion County.
The North Church Farmers Market located at 3808 N. Meridian St. (North United Methodist Church/Tarkington Park area) opens July 2nd and will be operating the 1st and 3rd Thursday’s until September from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Families and individuals…
Find the market’s information booth.Tell them how much you would like to spend, then swipe your Hoosier Works card.Fresh Bucks will match up to $20 of what you plan to spend.You will receive checks to spend at the market with…
No. You must have a balance on your Hoosier Works card in order to receive Fresh Bucks checks when you arrive at the participating farmers market. …
Fresh Bucks can be used to purchase fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices, tree nuts, and seedlings for edible plants.
Check out the locations page for participating markets hours and locations.
All donations that are provided to Fresh Bucks goes towards subsidizing the cost of the actual fruits and vegetables. Fresh Bucks is a TRIPLE win as families get to purchase healthier foods for their families, improve health outcomes, and support the local food economy.
If you are a farmer or food producer that grows and sells fruits, vegetables, herbs, and/or edible plants and sells at a farmers market, you could be eligible to accept Fresh Bucks. Learn what markets are distributing Fresh Bucks
We have a number of volunteer opportunities to help support our markets and the Fresh Bucks program. Opportunities include volunteering at the farmers market with SNAP transactions and Fresh Bucks distribution, creating recipes, providing food demonstrations, and more!
Fresh Bucks and Produce Rx is made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Racial and Ethnic Approaches to Community Health (REACH) Program. The Marion County Public Health Department, Chronic Disease Department is the central administrator of Fresh Bucks and Produce Rx.