The Co-op is collecting individual sized toiletries and other hygiene products for Fourth & Hope, a Woodland based homeless shelter, at the store. They have just expanded their day service from one day a week to five, a change that increases their need for toiletry items as well as razors, toothbrushes and feminine hygiene products. Please bring any items you may have to the Co-op, the...
The 7th Cooperative Principle is Concern for Community: “While focusing on member needs, co-operatives work for the sustainable development of their communities through policies accepted by their members.”
The Davis Food Co-op reviews requests for charitable donations and sponsorships monthly. If you are doing something local that supports our Ends, we may be able to lend a hand. Efforts that focus on Davis, touch on food security, farming, cooperatives, or education are priorities for us. Grass-roots rather than national campaigns are more likely to garner our interest. Organizations are eligible for one donation per year, so please plan appropriately and decide when it is best to request your donation.
In order to request a donation, you must fill out this form.
As well as monetary donations, we also offer the opportunity to table in front of the store. If you are interested in tabling, please fill out our Tabling Request Form.
While concern for community is a principle we follow all year, communities come together more around the holidays then other times of year. This is for many reasons including that while we focus on large meals we have to remember to care for those who are less fortunate.
This year, as in years past, the Co-op has donated turkeys to the Yolo Food Bank as part of their Thanksgiving Meal...
How does the Co-op show concern for community?
Well,primaily though our donations and sponsorship program. Local organizations can submit requests for donations of gift cards to buy food or use as raffle prizes or ask the Co-op to be a sponsor of their event. We place priority on organizations...