Join the Virtual Mercado!

You can join our Virtual Mercado in several ways! You can fill out the form and pay your Mercado fee online here. Alternatively, you can click here to download the Virtual Mercado application form and send it in with a check! You can also fill out the form and pay online using the form at the bottom of this page.

The 2020 Fiesta Virtual Mercado

Directory of All Mercado Vendors.

Ama Without Borders International

Ama International Inc believes strongly in collaboration. That is why we openly work with other nonprofits and programs to maximize impact. It is our belief that we are better together and more effective when we support one another.

Bethany Christian Services

Global nonprofit supporting children and families with world-class social services in order to help families thrive. From mission statement: “…to stand up for vulnerable children, refugees, and families around the world, because family holds an incredible power to connect us…”

C3 West Michigan’s Inclusive Spiritual Connection

A spiritual community based on six value statements. Two of those values are Common Humanity and Diversity. We believe that the human family is one family and that our differences—of race, sexual orientation, nationality and belief—are to be celebrated. Naturally, we are happy to have a “booth” at the Fiesta’s Virtual Mercado.
  • Our Values and purpose statement are online here.
  • Each Sunday 10:00 am on Facebook, teachings by our leader Kent Dobson or a guest speaker, and noon Wednesdays short meditations.
  • C3 Values, the history of C3, archived teachings and meditations, and much more online here.

El Corazón Latino Ministry of St. John’s Episcopal Church

A ministry reaching out to the Hispanic and Latino community in Grand Haven, MI, offering worship in Spanish every Sunday at 12:45pm along with opportunities to participate in ministries related to immigration justice, diversity, and the breaking down of segregation in Northwest Ottawa County.
  • Find out more about El Corazón at their Facebook Page and the El Corazón Blog.
  • You can also find out more about St. John’s Episcopal Church at their website and Facebook Page.
  • Click here for an interview with their Latino Missioner, Luis Valencia.
  • Click here to see a video interview with Fr. Jared Cramer, the rector of St. John’s and founder of the El Corazón Latino Ministry Initiative.

Latin Americans United for Progress (LAUP)

Since 1964, empowering Latinos to participate in creating a better community for all through advocacy, celebration & education

Lighthouse Immigration Advocates

Nonprofit law office providing high-quality low-cost services to hundreds of immigrant families each year. Organizes events, workshops, presentations, and campaigns to advocate and educate the West Michigan community on issues impacting immigrants and refugees. LIA will be our Fiesta Funds recipient for 2020, receiving half of all proceeds from the Fiesta!

Momentum Center and Just Goods

Nonprofit movement to create a stigma-free community by providing opportunities to form collaborative relationships and offering programs and events that nurture, educate and inspire individuals to address issues of social justice and human rights.

Want to join our Virtual Mercado?

You can fill out the form and pay your Mercado fee online here. Alternatively, you can click here to download the Virtual Mercado application form and send it in with a check! You can also fill out the form and pay online below:
Contact us if you have any questions!