About The SF Market
As the San Francisco Wholesale Produce Market, The SF Market makes things grow – for farmers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, restaurants, and communities. Home to 30 merchants in a single vibrant San Francisco marketplace, our diverse range of produce businesses supply the widest, best-tasting selection of fresh produce available in Northern California. The SF Market is a platform for critical access and scale – providing the food infrastructure, programs and relationships that help hundreds of farmers, Bay Area food businesses and their communities thrive.
The SF Market is San Francisco’s original – and only – wholesale produce market. As a pillar of the Bay Area’s food economy and a nonprofit social enterprise, we create jobs for over 500 people and foster efficiency, diversity and innovation. The SF Market moves millions of pounds of fresh produce through the Bay Area, occupies 485,000 sq. ft. of food-focused warehouse and logistics space in San Francisco’s Bayview Hunter’s Point neighborhood, and has plans to upgrade facilities to support new food businesses and an engaged community. The SF Market’s focus on growth extends to the entire food system – with programs directed toward local farmer partnerships, food recovery, and healthy retail policy. Learn more at www.thsfmarket.org.
Work of the Committee
The primary purpose of the SF Market’s Audit Committee is to provide oversight of the financial reporting process, the audit process, the company’s system of internal controls and compliance with relevant laws and regulations including the California Nonprofit Integrity Act of 2004.
We are seeking qualified volunteers that feel confident they will be able to successfully execute against the goals of the Audit Committee to serve as committee members. In particular, we are looking for candidates that have experience in any combination of the following areas:
● Nonprofit accounting and finance
● Real Estate finance
● Financing real estate developments
● Risk management
Except as otherwise provided, Audit Committee members shall serve for a term of two years and no more than three consecutive terms. The committee meets two-to-three times during the audit process, and separate meetings outside the audit process may be called as needed.
Service on The SF Market’s committees is a volunteer position.
If interested, please contact Michael Janis, General Manager, at 415-550-4495, ext. 100, or email@example.com.
About The SF Market
As the San Francisco Wholesale Produce Market, The SF Market makes things grow – for farmers, distributors, wholesalers, retailers, restaurants, and communities. Home to 30 merchants in a single vibrant San Francisco…