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bianca d
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the project

I currently operate a business aptly named Real food. by Bianca. I prepare exclusively vegan cuisine, with a focus on fresh first, mostly organic and locally sourced. I also sell as a food/produce as a vendor at the Northwest Farmers Market, in addition to community cooking demonstrations at festivals like last years Create NED Festival, The Oakland Avenue Farmer's Market, with youth interns at Voices for Earth Justice with produce that they grew and cared for, in addition to a local middle school. With this exciting ability to grow in an easily accessible local space, it affords me the opportunity to expand my business by more than half, as it pertains to production and therefore more leeway to utilize items of supreme quality that I often have to pay for, or omit altogether. 

the steps

• Expanding my chef/catering/farming business, by increasing my produce production by more than half.

•Continuing to increase the Agri‐Education work I've engaging neighbors, schools, community etc. with.

•Being more visible, and accessible via social media, and signage, as well as through technology.

•Creating a garden site that is Handicapped Accessible for the community.

•Installing sustainable, eco friendly water catchment and irrigation systems. 


why we're doing it

I'm doing this to expand our small family business, and create sustainable systems to help us grow, and be more productive!


Disbursed budget (5.16.17):

RAISED = $1,407.00
 less ioby Platform Fee  $35.00
less ioby Donation Processing Fee (3%) $39.96

Original goal:

$2000 Purchase land and plant garden

Project Subtotal =  $2,000
ioby Platform Fee  $35
ioby Donation Processing Fee (3%) $60
Total to Raise on ioby = $2,095



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