care for community

As part of their goal to serve as a hub for the local community, Chatham Marketplace provides art space for local artists.Read more
One way City Market, Onion River Co-op shows their “concern for community” is through their Member Worker program.Read more
Gandhi said, ‘When they copy your revolution, it’s time to start the next one.’ That’s the role...co-ops have always had.Read more
Ypsilanti Food Co-op’s local honey project spreads the word about Concern for Community in the sweetest possible way!Read more
Valley Natural Foods' 5K fundraising run is a pillar of their co-op’s values of “family” and “concern for community.”Read more
Williams College students brought an innovative approach to food assistance to Wild Oats Market and their community.Read more
Fun, zany co-op-produced school assembly aims to educate and motivate kids to eat well and be healthy.Read more
Syracuse Real Food Co-op builds community while creating a permaculture backyard for members and staff to enjoy.Read more
Co-op helps kids explore food and the labor behind their food through tasting, hands on projects and the arts.Read more
The bottom line goal for the Alberta Cooperative Grocery is to connect people with fresh, high quality, affordable food.Read more

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