current creators san diego community event

current creators san diego community event

join us for our first in-person community event on august 14th!

connect with like-minded business owners, start-ups, and creatives while giving back to the community. 20% of all sales will be donated to Encinitas4Equality. there will be local products, a raffle, music, games, food and drinks. 

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you do not need to own a business if you want to join in on the fun. all are welcome! the first 20 people to arrive will get a free bulk bag from intent products.

hosted by intent products & august ivory


Sipwell: female-founded and Black-owned premium wine company

intent products: female founded, organic and fair trade reusable bags for produce and markets

Cafe Soñé: Latino-owned artisan coffee

Suspiro: Latina-owned, organic, sustainable and vegan artisan soap

eMpulse clothing: women-owned and sustainable clothing brand that is inspired by the California coast

Turquoise Golf: authentic golf apparel and gear designed in La Jolla.

sageofthevalley: women-owned beaded jewelry

essentially bex: essential oils , women-operated

Food Vendors:

Giving Grayce: Integrative nutrition and holistic health coach, yummy vegan treats

Freshii: healthy wraps and salads (vegan options available)



raffle Prizes:

1. a bag of Travel HYDRATE and a free month of Wine Club for your Raffle from GOODONYA

2. $50 donated to a charity or local organization of the winner's choice and one product from intent products (can choose any)


parking: There is plenty of free street parking near the venue on Highway 101. Do not park at local businesses.


**you do not need to RSVP to attend the event


about Encinitas4Equality:

"Encinitas4Equality as a largely organic phenomenon, driven by the energy for change loosed nationally and globally, and primed by the desire among dozens of Encinitas residents and others in the region to engage seriously with abiding racism, and to drive significant and meaningful change. As E4E coalesced as an organization, its participants worked to define its nature and focus. A consensus evolved that, whatever else E4E was going to be, it would prioritize listening to and learning from Black voices, and would dedicate itself to learning and teaching, and to making Encinitas an actively anti-racist community with greater diversity and enhanced equity for Black, Indigenous and other Persons of Color (BIPOC), LGTBQ+ folk, and others who face particular hardship and/or discrimination."

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