Golden State Warriors and Kaiser Permanente Launch Thrive City Farmers Market on Wheels

Jul 13, 2020/CHASE CENTER

The Golden State Warriors and Kaiser Permanente have partnered with local farmers market vendors to launch Thrive City Farmers Market on Wheels, a mobile program aimed to deliver essential grocery items and resources to Bay Area communities in need. Thrive City Farmers Market on Wheels will temporarily replace the Sunday Farmers Market held in Thrive City, a community gathering place for healthy resources and shopping options that will resume once it is deemed safe amid the pandemic.

Beginning this week, Thrive City Farmers Market producers Clara’s Egg Farm, Ground Stew Farms, Jacob’s Farm and Smith Farms will supply fresh produce and healthy grocery items that will be delivered to the Curry Senior Center and the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) using vehicles provided courtesy of the Golden State Warriors and Chase Center partner Mercedes-Benz.

In May, the Warriors announced the organization’s larger COVID-19 Impact Strategy, which includes four main categories of community aid: supporting Chase Center and the Golden State Warriors part-time and gameday workers, supporting healthcare and front-line workers, supporting communities in need, and supporting education, teachers and students in need.

For more information on Thrive City, please visit thrivecity.com.

About Chase Center & Thrive City
Chase Center is an award-winning 18,064-seat sports and entertainment arena in San Francisco’s Mission Bay neighborhood that is home to the six-time NBA champion Golden State Warriors and hosts a variety of concerts, family shows and special performances. Easily accessible by foot, bicycle or mass transit, Chase Center anchors Thrive City—a privately financed, multipurpose complex consisting of 3.2 acres of publicly accessible plazas and unique restaurant and retail locations. Thrive City’s mission as a community gathering space, created by the Golden State Warriors and Kaiser Permanente, is to promote health and wellness in the greater Bay Area. Thrive City was built upon Kaiser Permanente’s and the Golden State Warriors’ shared belief that everyone has the ability to thrive. Year-round programming and resources are offered for families, fans, visitors and neighbors to build community.