Helping people with limited incomes start and sustain small businesses.

Commercial Kitchen Survey

Enterprise for Equity is grateful for the opportunity to use QuestionPro to launch our South Sound Commercial Kitchen User Survey. The survey results will help us understand the potential need for a large commercial kitchen facility and explore programs and initiatives to better assist the people we serve and others who want to launch and grow their food-based enterprises. Our South Sound Commercial Kitchen User Survey can be found here:

News & Announcements

Enterprise for Equity in the News!

Thank you to The Olympian and Rolf Boone for a fantastic article about our Homegrown Micro-business Showcase on September 20, 2015.

South Sound welcomes 16 new business graduates

TheOlympian 9-22-15


Homegrown Showcase 2015 Sunday, 9/20

Free Registration at Brown Paper Tickets!


Homegrown Micro-Business Showcase 2015

Sunday, September 20,  3-5 PM
Scatter Creek Incubator Farm, Rochester, WA

Register HERE

Celebrate our current Business Planning Program graduates, learn about their enterprises, and hear from staff and supporters. This wonderful event will be held on our Scatter Creek Incubator Farm land, and tours will be offered after the program.

For more information, check out our Facebook event
or call 360-704-3375 x3


Incubator Farm Welcome Open House

August 20, 2015 5:30-8:30 PM
Rochester, WA (address provided upon RSVP)

JOIN US! Enterprise for Equity and the South of the Sound Community Farm Land Trust would like to invite you to our Welcome Open House. Learn about what we are, who we serve, and how we will be using this lush farm land to grow our community and our local economy!

There is no cost to attend this event. Please RSVP at or 360-704-3375 x3


Many limited income working individuals and families qualify for the Earned Income Tax Credit, which you can find out more about on our Whom We Serve page.

“Enterprise for Equity provided me with the support I needed to find a way to fit into the work force. My ideas and organization skills were recognized as strengths and the interactions with others broke up the routine pattern of isolation I sometimes get in.”

“I have had struggles with DSHS about self-employment as a viable option for getting off welfare, but many of the skills I learned in class gave me the resource base necessary to demonstrate my business could successfully meet requirements for getting my family off welfare.”

Enterprise for Equity Graduate

This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer