Youth-Booth Sponsorship Info & Application

Are you under the age of 20 and would like to gain education, training, and support for running a small business while selling at an upcoming virtual Royaboya Bazaar?

Here are the steps:

1. Read the information below to make sure that you are a good fit

2. Fill out the application

3. Get matched with a sponsor!

Please read this information on how the Bazaar itself runs.


Fill out the youth-booth application here.


If you are a good fit, we will upload your information and photos to this website! We will then share your info with prospective sponsors, who are looking for a motivated young entrepreneur to support.


They will pay your $150 booth fee for you, and we will set you up as a vendor in the next Royaboya Bazaar!


You will have access to the vendor-only training group, with education provided on running a small business.

You will be able to sell during the event.

Your sponsor will have a spotlight in your booth, in promotional materials beforehand, and on the Royaboya Bazaar website afterwards.

Young Entrepreneurs looking for a sponsor!


Interested in providing a business-minded kid/teen entrepreneur with access to education, training, and business support? Become a youth-booth sponsor! 

Check out our amazing young

entrepreneurs below who are looking to be partnered with someone like you.

All we ask from our sponsors is a $150 booth fee for the specific business you would like to support, and a photo or short video about your business/organization that we can use to spotlight your generosity!

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Delaney Slaikjer

Dandelion Designs

I design and create handmade linoleum prints inspired by the Pacific Northwest. My designs are carved into a block of linoleum, and then printed in black and white. I have original handmade prints that are 4 x 7 and 5 x 8. I also have poster prints that are 16 x 20 and cards. I have designed three different stickers as well. Over the summers of 2018 and 2019, I had a booth at the Hillsboro Farmers Market. I also have an instagram page and a Redbubble account. I wanted to not only raise money for college, but also help others. So, I donated 10% of the profits to the Natural Resource Defense Council (NRDC) and the Special Olympics. I plan to do the same with the Bazaar and I will also be raising money for my study abroad to Denmark.

I am a sophomore at the University of Oregon’s Clark Honors College. I am a neuroscience major with a minor in entrepreneurship. I am not quite sure what I want to do as a career, but I know that I want to help people. I am interested in cognitive and behavioral neuroscience. I also want to travel and get a greater understanding of the world. The name Dandelion Designs came from a friendship making business I had in elementary school. Freshman year I learned how to make many different prints. I started my art business as a sophomore in high school. My first print in my collection was the Mount Hood carving I made in AP art sophomore year. I soon decided I wanted to make more prints like this and then the business was started. I continue to create prints and designs that are inspired by places I have visited around the Pacific Northwest. I plan to study neuroscience in Denmark and to use the proceeds from the Bazaar towards my study abroad.


Gwendelynn Kelly


IndigoByGwendelynn is a brand that has jewelry that is fun and colorful. I one day hope my business becomes larger so more people can experience my creativity.

Hello my name is Gwen and I am 12 years old. I created my business so people can experience my art. I make jewelry because I like to use my creativity to make a product that others can have as their own. Knowing that others can physically experience and show off my art by wearing it, makes me happy.


Katelynn Kelly

KCK Lashes

KCK Lashes has a variety of lashes to compliment any eye look. There are a variety of styles and sizes to fit with different eye shapes and preferences. The core of KCK Lashes is to represent that beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. We want to be a brand that represents and showcases people from different backgrounds, styles, culture, and beauty. Together we are beautiful.

I am Katelynn Kelly, I’m a 18 year old college freshman studying business. I have always had a passion for running my own business since I was little. I would always find a way to make some money and have fun while I was doing it. I had lemonade stands, yard sales, bake sales, selling silly bands, and any trendy accessory in 2010 I was on it. Then when I was 12 I attended a summer camp called Girls Inc incorporated they taught me how to be confident and how to grow my circle of women and girls to help me succeed. We learned how to run our own business together. I still use those skills I’ve learned today. My passion for selling a product and seeing my customer happy is my drive. I do my makeup as a form of expression. Through hard times, sitting down listening to music and doing my makeup calmed me and my anxiety. It was how I relived stressed and expressed myself with different colors and looks. I know others do the same and use makeup as a form of art and expression. My signature has always been my lashes. I love lashes and how much they enhance a look and make it unique. I want my brand to showcase and highlight all different women and men who have the same passion for makeup and can show their art no matter their background, size, culture, or appearance. We all share this common passion for makeup and art and I want my brand to truly represent that union of beauty. It’s important to really show that beauty comes in all looks.


Gabriella Sempebwa 

Krisella Stickers 

Stickers; can also be personalized.

Our business started when we realized how high sticker prices were so we created cheaper stickers with the same quality! Customers can request custom made ones or pre made ones!

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