Alternatively, you could start one! We’d love to either help you set up your own co-op, or partner with you to get one up and running.
In general, a co-op needs:
- A community partner or core group of active people who are committed to driving the process forward.
- At least 10 members. Ideally you’d recruit about 20 participants for the co-op, but even a small group of 10 or more interested people can be enough to help you get a discount.
Want to get started? Contact Luke Sulfridge to get more details. We can take care of the technical side of things if you can recruit participants for the co-op.