WILD OATS POLICY
HOW TO JOIN AS A VENDOR ON WILD OATS
Those wishing to become a full time vendor on Wild Oats will need to meet the following basic requirements: you must be a local Garden Route resident, grow or produce the product you wish to sell (no resellers are considered at this time), price your produce at below average retail, be willing to come every Saturday (no part-time sellers are considered at this time) and have a product that is currently needed in the Wild Oats context. We have an extensive waiting list at the moment, but if your product is unique and interesting, you will be seriously considered. Please contact us (see Contact Us) for further information and an opportunity to interview face to face. We look forward to meeting you and discussing your ideas!
HOW TO SIGN UP FOR FUNDRAISING ON WILD OATS
Community Fundraising: If you are a bona fide NGO or local Sedgefield community service-provider (such as Hospice, Animal Welfare, Meals-on-Wheels, etc) and have a fund-raising number, please email us on your official letter-head of your desire to fundraise on Wild Oats. Our policy is to book you in advance (which avoids double-booking conflicts). We limit fundraising on Wild Oats to once a month. Successful applicants are limited to collecting twice a year, as this ensures customers remain generous and not overly-taxed!
Community Info Table: If you have a community project (not a business venture) which is of interest to the general community, contact us to make arrangements to display your information. Please note that phampleting is not allowed on the premises, including the parking area, as this constitutes littering.
PET POLICY ON WILD OATS
We all love our own pets and would love to have them as part of the family outing. For the safety and comfort of all Wild Oats visitors, all pets must be on leads and in full control by pet-owner / guardian. Please make sure your pet has done it's morning toilet run before arriving, but in the event of "on site toilet-requirements", bring a plastic bag to remove hard evidence. If your pet is not properly socialized and does not cope with crowds, it's best to leave them at home.