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The Cooperation Town End of Year Fundraiser
Three months into lockdown, Cooperation Kentish Town shared over 15,000 meals.
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.