A network of self organised, community-led food co-ops and food distribution hubs.
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The Cooperation Town End of Year Fundraiser
Three months into lockdown, Cooperation Kentish Town shared over 15,000 meals.
See how money openly circulates through Cooperation Town. All contributions and all expenses are published in our transparent public ledger. Learn who is donating, how much, where is that money going, submit expenses, get reimbursed and more!
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It was initiated in 2019 by a group of community organisers and London residents in order to meet local needs for affordable food and community spaces.
Cooperation Town soon developed into a small network, with linked autonomous projects organising in Birmingham, Bristol, Dorset and Hull. The network aims to:
- Support opportunities for self organisation on a hyper-local community level
- Build resilience through cooperation
- Bring people together to share skills, resources and experience
- Provide affordable food and household products
- Scale up the network through training and mutual support
Funds raised through Open Collective will be used to develop and sustain the network, provide training and resources to new co-ops, meet needs in response to the high demand around Covid-19 and enable us to develop our work locally and nationally.