May Giveaway Recap

May Giveaway Recap

May Giveaway Recap
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and in honor, we partnered with several organizations to bring you 5 produce giveaways! We can’t overlook the role that food security plays in our mental health so it was very important for us to be active!



The Domingo Project

Meet Domingo, a 1967 Chevy Step- Van, and the vehicle of choice to deliver weekly produce and art boxes.



We partnered with Crenshaw Dairy Mart on one of their latest initiatives, The Domingo Project. Every Sunday for the month we delivered 100+ produce boxes and art supplies to families in the Pico – Union area in partnership with Crenshaw Dairy Mart, Why We Rise, The Mistake Room, and artist Jake Freilich. Produce was supplied by our friends at Social Justice Learning Institute, and we were also able to provide hot meals for families courtesy of The Concierge Kitchen.
Breathe Good LA

We ended May by bringing our monthly produce giveaway to a very special Breathe Good event. The event fell on Memorial Day Weekend and marked the end of Mental Health Awareness month. We were honored to join Walk Good LA, BLD PWR, Dive In Well, and Our Piece of the Pie to contribute to such a beautiful event.

We supplied 250+ bags of produce provided by our partners at Summaeverthang Community Center.
Guests could attend yoga in the park with Dive in Well, shop from local BIPOC businesses curated by Our Piece of the Pie, grab a salad from Sweet Green, have some fun at our photo booth, and take home a complimentary bag of produce courtesy of Prosperity Market.

A Sunday well spent indeed!

Prosperity on Crenshaw | Mobile Farmers Market Recap

Prosperity on Crenshaw | Mobile Farmers Market Recap

Prosperity on Crenshaw | Mobile Farmers Market Recap

Prosperity on Crenshaw!

Earle’s on Crenshaw graciously hosted our May pop-up Farmers Market and we could not have had a better time! If you have ever rode down Crenshaw, then you have passed this LA staple! Earle’s often hosts amazing community events, and we are happy to add our Prosperity Market Pop-up to the list.

The Vendors

Prosperity on Crenshaw!

Earle’s on Crenshaw graciously hosted our May pop-up Farmers Market and we could not have had a better time! If you have ever rode down Crenshaw, then you have passed this LA staple! Earle’s often hosts amazing community events, and we are happy to add our Prosperity Market Pop-up to the list.

The Vendors

Greens and Things

Creative Arts Farm is a virtual market vendor only, but you missed out if you did not order her gorgeous bouquet of collards! They look so cute in their mason jar, we don’t know if we are ready to eat them or put them on display! Heritage Farmers Market was also a virtual only vendor with their essential farm box, full of everything from produce, fruits, and extra goodies like honey.

If you ventured down Crenshaw the first vendor you saw was Here We Grow Gardens with their delicious produce, iconic pressed lemonade, seeds, and aloe vera.

Imani Gardens had all of us trying new and exotic fruit. He even pulled out his Machete to chop up fresh coconuts for guests!

Sam Cobb is a long time friend of Prosperity Market so we were so excited to have him in the flesh for the first time! He brought his tasty Medjool and Black Gold dates with him! If you didn’t know, they are truly the best!

Snack Time

Mom & Popcorn was a new vendor this month and their gourmet popcorn was a fast hit! Every flavor we tried (all of them) was delicious but I think it’s safe to say the crowd favorite is their Garlic Parmesan. Finger licking good! (Sanitized fingers of course.)

If you wanted some decadence with your kettle corn, Jazzi Sweetz were on their job! No sweet tooth left without a helping of their Peach Cobbler, Chocolate German Cake, or Everything Cookies!

You can’t leave a Prosperity Market pop-up without a slice of Chef Brandi’s Pizza! (We recommend getting a slice for now and a whole pie for later.) Chef Brandi’s golden milk is another must have! If you missed out this market don’t make the same mistake twice! Special Note for all market goers – Chef Brandi’s life changing sea-salted, white chocolate, oatmeal cookies are available ONLY in the virtual market. If you spent the day with us, you might have discovered that Brandi had a few cookie packages available in-person, but for future reference, don’t risk it! Pre-order your cookies in the virtual market!

Spread Love & Flavor

Misha’s Vegan Cream Cheese. That’s it. That’s all we have to say. Always a fan favorite. At this point they are collectibles, Get all 7 flavors!

Gloria’s Shito is new to Prosperity Market and we are so excited about them! Gloria’s Ghanaian pepper sauce is the flavor of Ghana in a jar! And they have vegan options!

Thirst Quenching

Our resident juice man & DJ always brings the Juice & the jams at the Prins Wellness booth. They have 5 flavors of whole pressed juice to choose from, and an always beautiful presence at Prosperity Market.

This month Plush Ginger Beer gave away fresh ginger with their fruit based, artisan crafted ginger beer. We have NEVER had ginger beer this good!

Coffee Drinkers enjoyed a fresh brewed Cup O’ Joe from California Coffee Company. They have 3 different roasts, all with distinct flavor profiles to choose from. Guests were able to enjoy a cup of coffee on site and take home a bag of ground coffee beans.

So Much Sea Moss

This month Cooking With Love joined us virtually with their sea moss offerings. Of course we had their World Famous Peach Cobbler Sea Moss, which is everyone’s favorite, including Mrs. Tabitha Brown. Cooking With Love also introduced two new flavors, Pineapple Express and Mango Tango.

Keyssentials joined us on Crenshaw with her Sea moss gel, dried sea moss, black seed oil and wealth of knowledge on all things wellness.  She also introduced 2 new products this month, a delicious new strawberry seamoss applesauce, and activated charcoal!

Fashion, Flowers, and Home Decor

Each month you can find Oldest of Three LLC at Prosperity Market with their gorgeous, artisan jewelry and art pieces. You can find a statement necklace, dainty rings and earrings, and so much in between! Exclusively at Prosperity Market.

Impact Over Fame joined us virtually and in-person this month with their selection of bold, statement T-shirts. This line is much more than fashionable though. If you talk to creator Farrah Fawx, you will quickly get behind her message of equality and enlightenment or Black and marginalized communities. Impact over Fame is so graciously donating a portion of proceeds from their new limited edition shirt in honor of Malcolm X to Prosperity Market.

Guests loved Meadows Floral Bar’s interactive flower station! You could make your own bouquets with their assortment of flowers or choose from a pre-made arrangement to brighten up your home or gift to a loved one.

We rounded out our market with a new vendor, Freshness Maid Chic, AKA the sheet lady! The sheet lady had the softest 1500 thread count sheets available in a variety of colors to match any bedroom.

From the Founders

Our May farmers market pop-up was certainly special, so thank you to everyone who attended. If you missed this one then you definitely don’t want to miss our June Market. Click Here for details!

Greens and Things

Creative Arts Farm is a virtual market vendor only, but you missed out if you did not order her gorgeous bouquet of collards! They look so cute in their mason jar, we don’t know if we are ready to eat them or put them on display! Heritage Farmers Market was also a virtual only vendor with their essential farm box, full of everything from produce, fruits, and extra goodies like honey.

If you ventured down Crenshaw the first vendor you saw was Here We Grow Gardens with their delicious produce, iconic pressed lemonade, seeds, and aloe vera.

Imani Gardens had all of us trying new and exotic fruit. He even pulled out his Machete to chop up fresh coconuts for guests!

Sam Cobb is a long time friend of Prosperity Market so we were so excited to have him in the flesh for the first time! He brought his tasty Medjool and Black Gold dates with him! If you didn’t know, they are truly the best!

Snack Time

Mom & Popcorn was a new vendor this month and their gourmet popcorn was a fast hit! Every flavor we tried (all of them) was delicious but I think it’s safe to say the crowd favorite is their Garlic Parmesan. Finger licking good! (Sanitized fingers of course.)

If you wanted some decadence with your kettle corn, Jazzi Sweetz were on their job! No sweet tooth left without a helping of their Peach Cobbler, Chocolate German Cake, or Everything Cookies!

You can’t leave a Prosperity Market pop-up without a slice of Chef Brandi’s Pizza! (We recommend getting a slice for now and a whole pie for later.) Chef Brandi’s golden milk is another must have! If you missed out this market don’t make the same mistake twice! Special Note for all market goers – Chef Brandi’s life changing sea-salted, white chocolate, oatmeal cookies are available ONLY in the virtual market. If you spent the day with us, you might have discovered that Brandi had a few cookie packages available in-person, but for future reference, don’t risk it! Pre-order your cookies in the virtual market!

Spread Love & Flavor

Misha’s Vegan Cream Cheese. That’s it. That’s all we have to say. Always a fan favorite. At this point they are collectibles, Get all 7 flavors!

Gloria’s Shito is new to Prosperity Market and we are so excited about them! Gloria’s Ghanaian pepper sauce is the flavor of Ghana in a jar! And they have vegan options!

Thirst Quenching

Our resident juice man & DJ always brings the Juice & the jams at the Prins Wellness booth. They have 5 flavors of whole pressed juice to choose from, and an always beautiful presence at Prosperity Market.

This month Plush Ginger Beer gave away fresh ginger with their fruit based, artisan crafted ginger beer. We have NEVER had ginger beer this good!

Coffee Drinkers enjoyed a fresh brewed Cup O’ Joe from California Coffee Company. They have 3 different roasts, all with distinct flavor profiles to choose from. Guests were able to enjoy a cup of coffee on site and take home a bag of ground coffee beans.

So Much Sea Moss

This month Cooking With Love joined us virtually with their sea moss offerings. Of course we had their World Famous Peach Cobbler Sea Moss, which is everyone’s favorite, including Mrs. Tabitha Brown. Cooking With Love also introduced two new flavors, Pineapple Express and Mango Tango.

Keyssentials joined us on Crenshaw with her Sea moss gel, dried sea moss, black seed oil and wealth of knowledge on all things wellness.  She also introduced 2 new products this month, a delicious new strawberry seamoss applesauce, and activated charcoal!

Fashion, Flowers, and Home Decor

Each month you can find Oldest of Three LLC at Prosperity Market with their gorgeous, artisan jewelry and art pieces. You can find a statement necklace, dainty rings and earrings, and so much in between! Exclusively at Prosperity Market.

Impact Over Fame joined us virtually and in-person this month with their selection of bold, statement T-shirts. This line is much more than fashionable though. If you talk to creator Farrah Fawx, you will quickly get behind her message of equality and enlightenment or Black and marginalized communities. Impact over Fame is so graciously donating a portion of proceeds from their new limited edition shirt in honor of Malcolm X to Prosperity Market.

Guests loved Meadows Floral Bar’s interactive flower station! You could make your own bouquets with their assortment of flowers or choose from a pre-made arrangement to brighten up your home or gift to a loved one.

We rounded out our market with a new vendor, Freshness Maid Chic, AKA the sheet lady! The sheet lady had the softest 1500 thread count sheets available in a variety of colors to match any bedroom.

From the Founders

Our May farmers market pop-up was certainly special, so thank you to everyone who attended. If you missed this one then you definitely don’t want to miss our June Market. Click Here for details!

Photo Booth

The photo booth, powered by Visibooth, was once again a favorite of market goers and was available both online and in-person.

Event Gallery

To see more photos from the event check out the event gallery

April’s Mobile Farmers Market Recap

April’s Mobile Farmers Market Recap

April’s Mobile Farmers Market Recap

This month we took Prosperity Market down the PCH to Malibu! Thank you to everyone who took the scenic route to visit us!

Photo Booth

The photo booth, powered by Visibooth, was once again a favorite of market goers and was available both online and in-person.

Event Gallery

To see more photos from the event check out the event gallery

ABC7 Visited our Malibu and Featured the market and our fabulous vendors!

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The Vendors

Pure Prosperity Market Magic!

As always, we kicked off our 3-day weekend with the virtual farmers market on Friday. Guests were able to shop their favorite vendors from the comfort of their own homes and schedule a contactless pick-up for Saturday. This time we offered an LA Pick-up location for those who could not meet us in Malibu.

Everyone who did join us at the beach experienced first hand the magic of our markets. We were hosted by Red Ladder Gallery in Malibu Village! The gallery is owned by artist and 7X Emmy-winning director/producer, Eamon Harrington. All of his works were on display for our guests and we set up a special exhibit and tasting in the gallery! We shared footage from previous Prosperity events and sampled vegan cream cheese from Misha’s Kind Foods, delicious climate-friendly crackers from Moonshot Snacks, and Artisan Ginger Beer from Plush Ginger Beer. We also shared recipe cards featuring classic ginger beer cocktails from mixologist & chef Darryl Wash of Dew Foods and BLVD Kitchens.

Perfect Picnic & Party Vibes!

Our juice man and DJ Mario Prins brought the vibes as always.  Guests danced, shopped, and captured the moment at our photo booth.

We had all the makings of a beautiful picnic on the beach! We served up delicious vegan American classics from The Concierge Kitchen, authentic West African cuisine from African Chop, and Chef Brandi’s famous vegan pizza. And, Jazzi Sweetz was on site to take care of your sweet tooth with their delicious treats! Vegans don’t fret, they had vegan options available as well.

Fresh exotic fruit & produce

If you came for the farmers, you were not disappointed! Charles Southward of IGH Gardens returned with his bountiful greens and collards. Farmer Ken had farm boxes, herbs, cage-free eggs, and more. Imani Gardens had hard to find exotic fruit such as Soursop, key limes, seeded grapes, cherimoya, and plenty more fruits we never heard of before! Here We Grow Gardens returned with their juicy tomatoes, kale, greens, and aloe vera gel & plants. If you were lucky (and early) you got to try her blood orange juice! Crop Swap LA brought their wealth of knowledge and offered their signature garden consultations, vertical gardens, lettuces, and merch!

Fan Favorites & market Fixtures

If you have been to Prosperity Market before, you should know that you can always find Misha’s Kind Foods and their vegan cream cheese. Misha’s is quite the fan favorite and a staple at Prosperity. Prins Wellness is another fixture. They serve up delicious pressed juice at their gorgeous booth. This month Cooking With Love joined us for the first time with their delicious, world famous peach cobbler seamoss and other delicious wellness products. This Peach Cobbler Seamoss was an absolute hit and it’s clear why it’s a favorite of Tabitha Brown. Plush Ginger Beer is also a new vendor this month, but if the crowd was any indication, they will be back by popular demand. Every one of these 5 fruit based, artisan ginger beers were delicious! This month Sip & Sonder joined us and brought their delicious coffee, whole coffee beans, and beautiful merch! They are true coffee connoisseurs and have their roasted beans down to a science.

Florals & Fabulous Artisan Goods

You may have come for the food, but I bet you didn’t leave without a few artisan goods in your bag. Oldest of Three has the most beautiful handcrafted jewelry, and their booth just gets more and more gorgeous with each market. Holistic Divine Innovations had herbal soaps and herbal teas on site, and readily shared their wealth of knowledge and calming sound baths. Queen Boutique had beautiful house plants available, The Farmacy Flowers had gorgeous dried floral arrangements and fun pots, and guests loved creating their own floral arrangements at Meadows Floral Bar.

Produce Giveaway

We ended our weekend, as we always do, with a free produce giveaway. This month our giveaway was at the Park Mesa Heights Community Council, just a couple blocks up from Crenshaw & Slauson. We chose this location in direct response to Krogers closing the Ralph’s at that intersection due to temporary hazard pay required by the city. South Central has limited access to grocery stores and healthy, affordable food as is, so we take it personal when you close a grocery store here. In partnership with several organizations we provided 200+ boxes of organic produce from Summaeverythang Community Center. We also shared community resources and voting information courtesy of Park Mesa Heights Community Council, PPE from WIN LA, and a list of black owned grocery retailers and farmers markets.

Volunteers & Sponsors

This event would not be possible without the support of our partners! Special shout-out to Party On Demand and all of our wonderful volunteers. We appreciate you!

Pure Prosperity Market Magic!

As always, we kicked off our 3-day weekend with the virtual farmers market on Friday. Guests were able to shop their favorite vendors from the comfort of their own homes and schedule a contactless pick-up for Saturday. This time we offered an LA Pick-up location for those who could not meet us in Malibu.

Everyone who did join us at the beach experienced first hand the magic of our markets. We were hosted by Red Ladder Gallery in Malibu Village! The gallery is owned by artist and 7X Emmy-winning director/producer, Eamon Harrington. All of his works were on display for our guests and we set up a special exhibit and tasting in the gallery! We shared footage from previous Prosperity events and sampled vegan cream cheese from Misha’s Kind Foods, delicious climate-friendly crackers from Moonshot Snacks, and Artisan Ginger Beer from Plush Ginger Beer. We also shared recipe cards featuring classic ginger beer cocktails from mixologist & chef Darryl Wash of Dew Foods and BLVD Kitchens.

Perfect Picnic & Party Vibes!

Our juice man and DJ Mario Prins brought the vibes as always.  Guests danced, shopped, and captured the moment at our photo booth.

We had all the makings of a beautiful picnic on the beach! We served up delicious vegan American classics from The Concierge Kitchen, authentic West African cuisine from African Chop, and Chef Brandi’s famous vegan pizza. And, Jazzi Sweetz was on site to take care of your sweet tooth with their delicious treats! Vegans don’t fret, they had vegan options available as well.

Fresh exotic fruit & produce

If you came for the farmers, you were not disappointed! Charles Southward of IGH Gardens returned with his bountiful greens and collards. Farmer Ken had farm boxes, herbs, cage-free eggs, and more. Imani Gardens had hard to find exotic fruit such as Soursop, key limes, seeded grapes, cherimoya, and plenty more fruits we never heard of before! Here We Grow Gardens returned with their juicy tomatoes, kale, greens, and aloe vera gel & plants. If you were lucky (and early) you got to try her blood orange juice! Crop Swap LA brought their wealth of knowledge and offered their signature garden consultations, vertical gardens, lettuces, and merch!

Fan Favorites & market Fixtures

If you have been to Prosperity Market before, you should know that you can always find Misha’s Kind Foods and their vegan cream cheese. Misha’s is quite the fan favorite and a staple at Prosperity. Prins Wellness is another fixture. They serve up delicious pressed juice at their gorgeous booth. This month Cooking With Love joined us for the first time with their delicious, world famous peach cobbler seamoss and other delicious wellness products. This Peach Cobbler Seamoss was an absolute hit and it’s clear why it’s a favorite of Tabitha Brown. Plush Ginger Beer is also a new vendor this month, but if the crowd was any indication, they will be back by popular demand. Every one of these 5 fruit based, artisan ginger beers were delicious! This month Sip & Sonder joined us and brought their delicious coffee, whole coffee beans, and beautiful merch! They are true coffee connoisseurs and have their roasted beans down to a science.

Florals & Fabulous Artisan Goods

You may have come for the food, but I bet you didn’t leave without a few artisan goods in your bag. Oldest of Three has the most beautiful handcrafted jewelry, and their booth just gets more and more gorgeous with each market. Holistic Divine Innovations had herbal soaps and herbal teas on site, and readily shared their wealth of knowledge and calming sound baths. Queen Boutique had beautiful house plants available, The Farmacy Flowers had gorgeous dried floral arrangements and fun pots, and guests loved creating their own floral arrangements at Meadows Floral Bar.

Produce Giveaway

We ended our weekend, as we always do, with a free produce giveaway. This month our giveaway was at the Park Mesa Heights Community Council, just a couple blocks up from Crenshaw & Slauson. We chose this location in direct response to Krogers closing the Ralph’s at that intersection due to temporary hazard pay required by the city. South Central has limited access to grocery stores and healthy, affordable food as is, so we take it personal when you close a grocery store here. In partnership with several organizations we provided 200+ boxes of organic produce from Summaeverythang Community Center. We also shared community resources and voting information courtesy of Park Mesa Heights Community Council, PPE from WIN LA, and a list of black owned grocery retailers and farmers markets.

March Pop-Up Market Recap

March Pop-Up Market Recap

March Pop-Up Market Recap

We did it again! We brought you 3 more days full of fun, food, and community featuring a selection of our favorite black-owned businesses! We kept that same electric energy for month 2 and in true Prosperity fashion, it was not your average Farmers Market.

Whether virtual or in-person, we took care to create a special experience just for you. This time we popped up on Melrose. We hosted our market in the Fame Yard which is a lot full of beautiful murals and street art. 

We chose our favorite mural by Myron Laban as the backdrop for our photo booth.

Photo Booth

The photo booth, powered by Visibooth, was once again a favorite of market goers and was available both online and in-person.

Event Gallery

To see more photos from the event check out the event gallery

The Vendors

Prizes & Positive Vibes

This time around we introduced raffles! We had fun prizes from Foot Locker, SUPRMARKT, The Kosher Brand, Dr. Marten’s on Melrose, SEE-LA courtesy of Feed Our Soul & Feast For All, and Tony’s Treehouse.

Guests had ample opportunities to enter the raffles by donating to Prosperity Market or by making purchases from our vendors! Each vendor they purchased from earned them a ticket into the raffle, so the more you shop the better your chance to win. The raffles were a hit and we had so much fun giving away all the great prizes.

OG Vendors + A Few New Faces

This month we brought back several of our inaugural vendors and added on a few new faces.

Farmer Ken joined us again with his cage free eggs, herb packs, harvest boxes, seeds, and more!

Returning with their huge leafy greens & collards IGH Gardens showed up and showed out with their massive produce!

Crop Swap LA came back to share more knowledge on all things gardening and agriculture.

Oldest of Three LLC returned with their gorgeous set up and selection of beautiful handcrafted jewelry, and Keyssentials brought back her sea moss and black seed oil.

Delicious Eats & Then Some

It was only right that Chef Brandi brought back her famous veggie pizza. I waited one whole month to get my slice and it was worth the wait!
Chef Supreme of The Concierge Kitchen’s Vegan Lobster Po’boy was a hit, and Dedication Catering’s Compton Kale Salad did not disappoint.

It’s not an exaggeration when we say that Misha’s Kind Foods has the world’s best vegan cream cheese as evident by its growing cult following. Don’t believe it? Come try for yourself.

Prins Wellness brought the thirst quenching juice and the tunes that kept us dancing our way from vendor to vendor.

Locally Harvested, Organic Produce(rs)!

Compton Community Garden is a new vendor but an old friend of Prosperity Market. They came through with an assortment of produce freshly harvested just for our guests.

Another old friend but new vendor is Holistic Divine Innovations who joined us with their assortment of herbs, teas, and soaps.

Here We Grow Gardens is another new vendor that you can expect to see regularly from now on. They brought aloe gel, brussel sprout leaves, lettuces and more with their lemonade becoming a fast favorite among market goers.

The Plant Plug also joined us for the first time with their selection of seedlings and starter plants.

Virtual Market Exclusives

We added on Heritage Farmers Market & Creative Arts Farm to our virtual selection to round out our produce section.

Heritage Farmers Market provided their essential farm box with a variety of fresh fruits & veggies and Creative Arts Farm sold their delicious collard green bundles.

Impact Over Fame was new as a virtual market vendor but made an appearance at our first pop-up market by way of my shirt!

Our MELROSE MARKET WAS A SUCCESS!

If you weren’t there you missed a beautiful event, but don’t you worry because we are popping up with our awesome vendors at another amazing location next month! Join us at Prosperity’s April Pop-Up Market!

Volunteers & Sponsors

This event would not be possible without the support of our partners! Special shout-out to Party On Demand and all of our wonderful volunteers. We appreciate you!

Prizes & Positive Vibes

This time around we introduced raffles! We had fun prizes from Foot Locker, SUPRMARKT, The Kosher Brand, Dr. Marten’s on Melrose, SEE-LA courtesy of Feed Our Soul & Feast For All, and Tony’s Treehouse.

Guests had ample opportunities to enter the raffles by donating to Prosperity Market or by making purchases from our vendors! Each vendor they purchased from earned them a ticket into the raffle, so the more you shop the better your chance to win. The raffles were a hit and we had so much fun giving away all the great prizes.

OG Vendors + A Few New Faces

This month we brought back several of our inaugural vendors and added on a few new faces.

Farmer Ken joined us again with his cage free eggs, herb packs, harvest boxes, seeds, and more!

Returning with their huge leafy greens & collards IGH Gardens showed up and showed out with their massive produce!

Crop Swap LA came back to share more knowledge on all things gardening and agriculture.

Oldest of Three LLC returned with their gorgeous set up and selection of beautiful handcrafted jewelry, and Keyssentials brought back her sea moss and black seed oil.

Delicious Eats & Then Some

It was only right that Chef Brandi brought back her famous veggie pizza. I waited one whole month to get my slice and it was worth the wait!
Chef Supreme of The Concierge Kitchen’s Vegan Lobster Po’boy was a hit, and Dedication Catering’s Compton Kale Salad did not disappoint.

It’s not an exaggeration when we say that Misha’s Kind Foods has the world’s best vegan cream cheese as evident by its growing cult following. Don’t believe it? Come try for yourself.

Prins Wellness brought the thirst quenching juice and the tunes that kept us dancing our way from vendor to vendor.

Locally Harvested, Organic Produce(rs)!

Compton Community Garden is a new vendor but an old friend of Prosperity Market. They came through with an assortment of produce freshly harvested just for our guests.

Another old friend but new vendor is Holistic Divine Innovations who joined us with their assortment of herbs, teas, and soaps.

Here We Grow Gardens is another new vendor that you can expect to see regularly from now on. They brought aloe gel, brussel sprout leaves, lettuces and more with their lemonade becoming a fast favorite among market goers.

The Plant Plug also joined us for the first time with their selection of seedlings and starter plants.

Virtual Market Exclusives

We added on Heritage Farmers Market & Creative Arts Farm to our virtual selection to round out our produce section.

Heritage Farmers Market provided their essential farm box with a variety of fresh fruits & veggies and Creative Arts Farm sold their delicious collard green bundles.

Impact Over Fame was new as a virtual market vendor but made an appearance at our first pop-up market by way of my shirt!

Our MELROSE MARKET WAS A SUCCESS!

If you weren’t there you missed a beautiful event, but don’t you worry because we are popping up with our awesome vendors at another amazing location next month! Join us at Prosperity’s April Pop-Up Market!

February Pop-Up Market Recap

February Pop-Up Market Recap

February Pop-Up Market Recap

For Prosperity Market’s very first pop-up farmers market event we brought together 20 of our favorite vendors for 3 days of food, fun, and community!  “Not your average farmers market” isn’t just a tagline or a hashtag, it’s a fact!  Every vendor, volunteer, and guest experienced the electric energy, and there was absolutely nothing average about it.

Whether you joined us virtually or in-person, you had the opportunity to shop from a selection of our favorite vendors. 

Each vendor was personally selected by us, and chosen because we are fans of their products, professionalism, and spirit.

Photo Booth

Whether in-person or online, guests had the chance to create & share memories through our photo booth, which was a favorite of our event goers.

Event Gallery

To see more photos from the event check out the event gallery

The Vendors

Coffee, Tea, Pressed Juices & Positive Vibes

Mario Prins not only provided us with amazing cold pressed organic juices, alongside his wife Cece and son Hudson, he also spun the tunes for the afternoon! He kept the vibes going all day!

Our coffee & tea vendor, Black Bean Coffee, made every single drink to perfection. Guests were singing his praises all day long.

Everything was vegan! This was not even intentional planning on our part, we just love these chefs!

If you were lucky you managed to get a slice of Chef Brandi’s pizza or sweet treats after one of her several cooking demos throughout the day .

tasty treats at prosperity

Chef Supreme of The Concierge Kitchen can make a vegan out of anybody with his delicious dishes.
Dedication Catering’s mouth watering Compton Kale Salad is legendary, and we already can’t wait until our next opportunity to order.

All day we heard guests, volunteers, and vendors alike raving about Misha’s Kind Foods vegan cream cheese!  Misha’s creates hardcore fans! 

Hella’s Salsa is a brand new product that we have the pleasure of debuting to the world.  Musician and mango connoisseur, Chris James, finally packaged up his salsa for us, and it was Hella good.  Definitely another crowd favorite.

Urban Farmers & then Some

IGH offered amazing produce, freshly harvested the morning of the event.

Farmer Ken’sbooth had wide variety, ranging from organic, free range eggs and herbs to his harvest farm boxes.

QT’s in The Garden had gorgeous organic lemons, hand-made soaps, and a variety of seed packs available.

SoLA Food Co-Op had the beans and grains on lock and Harmony Houz offered starter plants, garden candles, garden consultations, and kids gardening classes!

Crop Swap LA also offered gardening consultations and a wealth of information about all things agriculture.

Handcrafted Jewelry, Plant Love, & Holistic Health

We rounded out our vendors with plants, jewelry, and seamoss. Queen Boutique’s selection of house plants and hand painted pots were a crowd favorite. Their Hauve (mauve) colorway is one of our favorites here at Prosperity Market. Oldest of Three had the most adorable display of beautiful handcrafted jewelry, paintings, and other unique art pieces and collectibles. Keyssentials met our wellness needs with her organic Irish sea moss, sea moss gel, black seed oil, and recipe book.

Volunteers & Sponsors

Thank you to Faithful Central Bible Church for your incredible hospitality. We appreciate you seeing our vision and helping us bring it to life. The location was absolutely perfect and we are proud to have our very first event at Faithful Central!

This event would not be possible without the support of our partners! Special shout-out to the young men at UTU and all of our wonderful volunteers. We appreciate you!

Our Amazing Event Partners

To our partners who made our produce giveaway possible: Feed Our Soul, The Dobby Garden, Dreamers Youth, Social Justice Learning Institute, Summaeverything Community Center, New Building Stones, thank you! We learned so much and we were able to provide fresh, healthy food to a lot of people. We gave away over 300 boxes of organic produce!

Coffee, Tea, Pressed Juices & Positive Vibes

Mario Prins not only provided us with amazing cold pressed organic juices, alongside his wife Cece and son Hudson, he also spun the tunes for the afternoon! He kept the vibes going all day!

Our coffee & tea vendor, Black Bean Coffee, made every single drink to perfection. Guests were singing his praises all day long.

Everything was vegan! This was not even intentional planning on our part, we just love these chefs!

If you were lucky you managed to get a slice of Chef Brandi’s pizza or sweet treats after one of her several cooking demos throughout the day .

tasty treats at prosperity

Chef Supreme of The Concierge Kitchen can make a vegan out of anybody with his delicious dishes.
Dedication Catering’s mouth watering Compton Kale Salad is legendary, and we already can’t wait until our next opportunity to order.

All day we heard guests, volunteers, and vendors alike raving about Misha’s Kind Foods vegan cream cheese!  Misha’s creates hardcore fans! 

Hella’s Salsa (below) is a brand new product that we have the pleasure of debuting to the world.  Musician and mango connoisseur, Chris James, finally packaged up his salsa for us, and it was Hella good.  Definitely another crowd favorite.

Urban Farmers & then Some

IGH offered amazing produce, freshly harvested the morning of the event.

Farmer Ken’sbooth had wide variety, ranging from organic, free range eggs and herbs to his harvest farm boxes.

QT’s in The Garden had gorgeous organic lemons, hand-made soaps, and a variety of seed packs available.

SoLA Food Co-Op had the beans and grains on lock and Harmony Houz offered starter plants, garden candles, garden consultations, and kids gardening classes!

Crop Swap LA also offered gardening consultations and a wealth of information about all things agriculture.

Handcrafted Jewelry, Plant Love, & Holistic Health

We rounded out our vendors with plants, jewelry, and seamoss. Queen Boutique’s selection of house plants and hand painted pots were a crowd favorite. Their Hauve (mauve) colorway is one of our favorites here at Prosperity Market. Oldest of Three had the most adorable display of beautiful handcrafted jewelry, paintings, and other unique art pieces and collectibles. Keyssentials met our wellness needs with her organic Irish sea moss, sea moss gel, black seed oil, and recipe book.

Volunteers & Sponsors

Thank you to Faithful Central Bible Church for your incredible hospitality. We appreciate you seeing our vision and helping us bring it to life. The location was absolutely perfect and we are proud to have our very first event at Faithful Central!

This event would not be possible without the support of our partners! Special shout-out to the young men at UTU and all of our wonderful volunteers. We appreciate you!

Many Thanks to Our Event Partners

To our partners who made our produce giveaway possible: Feed Our Soul, The Dobby Garden, Dreamers Youth, Social Justice Learning Institute, Summaeverything Community Center, New Building Stones, thank you! We learned so much and we were able to provide fresh, healthy food to a lot of people. We gave away over 300 boxes of organic produce!

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