Happy Holidays from the Kitsap Community Food Co-op Gang. We hope you will join us in opening a full service, locally owned grocery store in Kitsap!
Join us for our first ever Co-op Cookie Bake-A-Thon. When: Sunday, December 21st 2014 from 1-4pm Where: First Christian Church in Bremerton (811 Veneta Ave., Bremerton) – Please note this is the correct address for the event! What to Bring: Bring your favorite cookie recipe and ingredients. We’ll have mixing, measuring, and baking equipment. Everyone […]
Kristina, tell us a little about yourself and how you got involved in the Co-op. Laura Moynihan had put an ad on some board asking for people to consider getting involved with the food co-op effort. This was in January 2008, and a friend of mine sent me the listing, thinking I might want to […]
Co-ops Create More Choices By Marcus Collier My family joined the Kitsap Community Food Co-op in 2011 with a belief that for our community and our family to be more self-sustaining and to remain vibrant, we must work outside the monolithic, establishment-type food culture. The effort to establish a new tradition, to have a community-owned, […]
December is filled with holiday fun and Christmas cheer. We know things slow down around this time of year, but the co-op continues to work hard at growing our membership which is the key for us to move forward in our development timeline. Below is an update on what our next goal is AND a […]
Last month’s “31 in 31” campaign was not only a great success in bringing us to over 665 member-owners, it has also ignited the board and many volunteers in moving forward with a number of tasks. As I mentioned at our recent annual meeting, the board is focusing on three targets; securing a site for […]
Do you like to have fun while getting exercise walking, and talking? Do you want the Kitsap Community Food Co-op to open its doors soon? Well come volunteer and have fun in the neighborhood of Manette this Sunday November 23rd. We will be knocking on doors for a few hours promoting the co-op to the […]
We have been working hard since 2008 to build a community-owned grocery store in Kitsap County. Our aim is to connect our local community with quality food, products and access to information that promotes a healthy future for our families and our planet.
We Need You
Our timeline to open a store depends on you - as owners of the store you provide the equity we need to open. The more member-owners we get, the sooner we can open our doors. Let's see that member-owner count above grow!
Joining as a member-owner of the co-op is investing in the future of your community. You can join today for as low as $35. Fill out this form and you can own part of a store that helps money stay in our community.