- profits from the show will go to the Northcountry Cooperative Development Fund.
- The webcast is free for all co-op sponsors, with gross sales of over $1 million a year, that have contributed $500 or more to the project. If your co-op has contributed under this amount and you want to be a part of the national webcast, please contact us at:
ess release, movie poster, and photos.
National Cooperative Bank Contributes $24,000 to Food For Change
After viewing the latest rough cut of Food For Change, Chuck Snyder, President and CEO of National Cooperative Bank, committed $24,000 toward the completion of the project. NCB also recently committed $250,000 over a five year period to the Food Co-op Initiative. "We need to inform more people about the impact food co-ops have in society. This film is an effective way to educate communities and spur new co-op creation." NCB's contribution brings the remaining balance needed to meet our budget to $24,000. Please consider making a contribution to this project. Thank you NCB!
Get On The Map! - Become A Principal Sponsor of Food For Change
Four more co-ops have become Principal Sponsors of Food For Change
since our May 2013 update. Thanks to: Co-opportunity Natural Foods
, Santa Monica, California, Placerville Natural Foods Cooperative
, Placerville, California; 3 Rivers Natural Grocery Food Co-op and Deli
, Fort Wayne, Indiana; and Takoma Park-Silver Spring Co-op
, Takoma Park and Silver Spring, Maryland. This brings the total number of Principal Sponsors to 39
. Consider becoming a Principal Sponsor or Contributor to this important project and help us distribute Food For Change
to colleges, universities, and start-up co-ops across North America. All Principal Sponsor will be featured in the end credits with a photo of their store and the name of their co-op.
Is Your Co-op On The Map?