SNAP Dollar for Dollar

The Gray Street Farmers Market (GSFM) operates the SNAP Dollar for Dollar program to make local produce more affordable for SNAP customers. 

The GSFM is open from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. every Thursday through October 26, 2017. The market is located on the 400 block of E. Gray Street, between S. Preston and S. Jackson streets. Click here to get directions.

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FAQ - SNAP Dollar for Dollar

GSFM Contact: The Gray Street Farmers Market and the SNAP Dollar for Dollar Program are operated by the UofL School of Public Health and Information Sciences. For more information, contact Sara Frazier, Market Manager, Gray Street Farmers Market 502-852-6655, sara.frazier@louisville.edu.

Funding: The SNAP Dollar for Dollar program is possible with a grant from the Metro Council Neighborhood Development Funds. Thanks to Metro Council District 4 Councilwoman Barbara Sexton Smith and her predecessor, Councilman David Tandy, for their support.

Call for Partners: We are looking for churches, agencies, organizations, and individuals to help us spread the word about SNAP Dollar for Dollar program to individuals and households with SNAP benefits. Please contact if you are interested in collaborating on this initiative.

Double Dollars at Phoenix Hill NuLu Farmers' Market (Tuesdays): The Phoenix Hill NuLu Farmers' Market is providing SNAP Double Dollars for up to $20 per market day per SNAP user. To participate, SNAP users visit the Market tent to swipe their EBT card. They receive wooden tokens for the SNAP amount, and then up to $12 in green tokens for fruits and vegetables, and $8 in purple tokens for meat, egg and dairy. Funding for the SNAP Double Dollars program is provided through Community Farm Alliance and Hunt Properties. The Phoenix Hill NuLu Farmers Market is open every Tuesday (through Oct. 25) from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. at 1007 E. Jefferson (parking lot of Fresh Start Growers Supply). Free and easy parking!

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