As directed by the Franklin Community Co-op Ends Policy to “strengthen the social fabric of our community” and according to the cooperative values of equality, equity and solidarity, the board affirms the following statement:
Franklin Community Co-op — through introspection by and education with its member-owners, board, and staff — strives to become a fully inclusive, anti-racist, multicultural organization. To this end, we align ourselves with the work of existing anti-racist, multicultural organizations and seek their guidance to move toward meaningful change for the whole community.
Thanksgiving ordering is up and running–find the menu right here, and, be sure to place your order by Sunday, November 20th! We look forward to helping you celebrate.
We want your feedback! We’re conducting a survey to help us better serve the needs of our community, and welcome your input. The online version can be found here via this link , and paper copies are available per request at the customer service desk at Green Fields Market. If you fill out the survey, you’re also eligible to enter our raffle drawing for three $100 Co-op gift cards! The names will be chosen at random in November. UPDATE: We’ve extended the deadline until November 5th
The theme for Co-op Month this year is “Co-operatives Build”—they build community, they build the economy, they build better jobs, they build opportunity, and through all of these efforts, they build a brighter future! The month of October is a time for millions of co-op and credit union members across the country to join the National Cooperative Business Association in celebrating the work that these co-operative enterprises do to strengthen the economic and social landscape.
In that spirit, we have a month of community-supportive programming planned, that highlights the ways in which your co-op connects with Franklin County! From the first annual Survivor Art Show on display at 170 Main Street to the Greenfield Annual Word Festival and more, please visit our Events Calendar regularly to find new ways to celebrate everything that ‘Co-operatives Build’ with us all October long.
Looking for daily ways to ‘Go Co-op’ during your shopping visits? Please visit the Neighboring Food Co-op Association for a list of local producers and resources that will help you shop Co-op strong, all year round!