CO-OP Dayton shares year-end news
“Together, we are building the cooperative businesses that meet our needs, whether that’s access to healthy groceries, or control of land and development in our neighborhoods, or alternatives to extractive gig economy apps,” writes Program Director Rachel Meketon in the organization’s year-end newsletter.
Despite the obstacles, this year our community:
- Shared hundreds of Gem City Market co-op membership applications with family and friends
- Co-created bylaws for the Unified Power real estate investment cooperative
- Ordered more than 1,000 meals from 937 Delivers restaurant and worker cooperative
- Watched our seven co-op and social enterprise incubator teams pitch for prizes (and voted on the winners!)
CO-OP Dayton is a partner in the Launch Dayton community. Connect and learn more about CO-OP Dayton here.