Elk River Area Food Co-op Treasurer Position

Wanted,Treasurer!

The Elk River Area Food Co-op is looking for a Treasurer.
If you have a financial background and are passionate
about local food and small businesses, apply today.

 

PRICELESS BENEFITS

The Elk River Area Food Co-op is a start-up, member-owned grocery store. Currently we do not have a physical location. In order to open our doors we need to have a healthy, loyal membership base. Proving to us, and our future lenders, that our community supports the co-op vision & efforts.

In the mean time we've worked hard to provide priceless benefits for our current 400+ (and growing) member-owners and the community at large. 

The cooperative idea is more than a physical store, it is a grass-roots movement to bring the power back to the individual. Co-op's are built on the idea that local owners, not far-away investors, direct the business and gain the benefits of success. 

Read on to hear how we are making a big impact in our small town..

 

Member BENEFITS

Check out our 25+ local partnerships, each providing special deals and discounts to Elk River Area Food Co-op Members. 

Another great opportunity to support local!

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BECOME A MEMBER

Once opened, anyone will be able to shop. However, it is members who make the co-op possible. Help us bring fresh, local, trustworthy food to the dinner table by becoming a member today.

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HELP US GROW

Building a co-op is a grassroots effort to empower our community to make big change at the local level. In order to thrive, we look to our members and volunteers to help spread the word and get involved. 

UPCOMING CLASSES, EVENTS & MEETINGS

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CURRENT VOLUNTEER NEEDS:

Elk River Area Food Co-op Committee Volunteers

Committee Members

We are looking to add 3 members to each committee listed below. The time commitment is 5-6 hours per month, flexible upon your schedule with one monthly mandatory committee meeting.

Membership Committee: responsibilities revolve around increasing co-op ownership and gaining new members.

Outreach Committee: responsibilities revolve around volunteer coordination and organizing co-op events.