Join the Double Up Community Across Michigan
Double Up Food Bucks began in five Detroit farmers markets in 2009. Since then, it has grown to more than 250 locations and served more than 85,000 households across Michigan.
You can help us bring Double Up Food Bucks to even more people. It's easy as pie.
Promote Double Up in Your Community
Posters and flyers sent straight to you.
You Can Connect People to the Power of Food
Our volunteers and ambassadors are part of a growing effort—in Michigan and nationwide—to help families bring home more healthy food while supporting local farmers and strong communities.
"I go home fulfilled—like I did something great."
— Maxine, Double Up Ambassador, Flint
Help Double Up Crop Up in Your Community
Our posters and flyers are perfect to display at your local business, library, school, or community center. We'll even send you free print materials right to your door.
Ambassadors: the Face of Double Up
Ambassadors are part-time Double Up employees and on-the-ground program advocates who spread the word about Double Up in their communities. They provide a person-to-person point of connection, trust, and support to new users.
Many Ambassadors intimately know Double Up because they themselves use it in their communities.
Ask an Ambassador to speak at your event
Meet Our Ambassadors
“Use Double Up to treat yourself! It’s a great opportunity to get some of the more expensive fruits and vegetables you cannot usually fit in the budget.”
"Remember to sign up for Double Up before you checkout so you can begin earning right away!"
Help Double Up Take Root in Your Community
Volunteer for Double Up
Our team of volunteers represents Double Up at community events, explains how the program works to shoppers, responds to inquiries on our Double Up hotline, and more. Check back for future volunteer opportunities.
Become a participating Double Up location
Refer a store or farmers market close to you
Recommend a community partner
Double Up is only possible because of strong relationships with local and state partners.
Know a great organization we should work with?