For OUR Members

 
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Your membership comes with discounts at many local shops, cafés, and restaurants.
Show your Greene Hill Food Co-op fob and enjoy reduced prices at these great local businesses.
(Is your business interested in partnering with Greene Hill? Please contact marketing@greenehillfood.coop today!)

 
 
 
   Bija Kids   10% off camp registrations, birthday parties and afternoon playgroup. Maximum discount offered is $250 per Co-op family.

Bija Kids
10% off camp registrations, birthday parties and afternoon playgroup. Maximum discount offered is $250 per Co-op family.

   Claudia Pearson   10% off online purchases of Claudia’s beautiful products. Just put “GHFC” in the coupon box when you check out.

Claudia Pearson
10% off online purchases of Claudia’s beautiful products. Just put “GHFC” in the coupon box when you check out.

   Daily Press Coffee   10% off any purchase

Daily Press Coffee
10% off any purchase

   Dou Yoga   Community-discount rate: 1 drop in class for $13, 5-class pack for $60, 10-class pack for $100

Dou Yoga
Community-discount rate: 1 drop in class for $13, 5-class pack for $60, 10-class pack for $100

   Fulton Bikes   Tune-ups for $35 in the fall (exact dates TBD)

Fulton Bikes
Tune-ups for $35 in the fall (exact dates TBD)

   Hartley’s   Free order of soda bread when Co-op members spend $15.

Hartley’s
Free order of soda bread when Co-op members spend $15.

   Maison May   10% off (excluding Happy Hour or PF Wednesday), tip not included

Maison May
10% off (excluding Happy Hour or PF Wednesday), tip not included

   Olea   10% off entire bill (tip not included)

Olea
10% off entire bill (tip not included)

   Thirst   5% off discountable items

Thirst
5% off discountable items

 
 
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Q: Why is there a work requirement to be a member-owner?
A: Greene Hill Food Co-op has voted to be a 100% working co-op. That means that every member-owner is responsible for contributing work to the store. Using member-owner labor instead of paid labor helps us keep costs down, and it also helps maintain a sense of community among our members.

Q:  How much do I have to work?
A: Currently, our work requirement is 2.5 hours every 4 weeks (13 times a year). If you work more than that, you can “bank” hours to count toward your requirements in the future.

Q: Do I need to sign up for work shifts as soon as I join?
A: Yes. Refer to work shift procedures for more information. All new member-owners have a grace period of 30 days to shop before working their first shift.

Q:  What kind of work do I have to do?
A: You have a lot of choices. We have many work shifts that need to be done at specified times at the store, from receiving and stocking of groceries, to cashiering, and greeting member-owners at the door. There’s also a lot of important work to be done for the committees, most of which can be done from home and/or on your own time, if your schedule makes showing up for a regular store shift difficult.

 
 

Membership Policies

 
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