Beneficiaries are the heart of the Castro Street Fair! In 2017, beneficiaries provided fabulous volunteers, and the Fair donated $55,000 back.
Interested in your organization being selected as a Beneficiary for this year’s Fair?
To be considered, your organization must be located in the City of San Francisco. You must be a 501c3 organization and have proof of your status when applying.
Please email us with applications or questions!
Sales for exhibitor spaces have begun!
Be a part of one of the longest-running neighborhood street fairs in San Francisco. Tens of thousands of attendees, from all over the Bay Area, enjoy the Castro Street Fair. It’s a great opportunity to raise awareness of your brand, sell your product, and meet new customers.
Signup to be come an exhibitor, we will see you at the Fair on October 7!
To our Friends, neighbors, and supporters in the Castro community,
Now in its 45th year, The Castro Street Fair continues to strive to expand its event and support to the community. We are looking for additional corporate sponsorship partners to help us achieve many exciting changes that we are making to this year’s event, and experience firsthand the pride we take in supporting over 2 dozen deserving groups.
It is our mission to unite the entire Castro community in love and celebration at our annual event. In order to meet our mission and provide services in our community, we rely on the generosity of businesses like yours for support. The more successful we are in raising sponsorship dollars, the more we are able to donate directly back to Castro-area nonprofit organizations, working to better the lives of our neighbors and loved ones.
We are seeking corporate partners to help the Castro Street Fair meet our annual sponsorship revenue goals. To learn more about our program, and the benefits our financial partners receive in return, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a variety of tiers to match contributions from businesses of all sizes.
Thank you in advance for your support!
President of the Castro Street Fair Board