Get Involved

Eager to make a positive impact in your community? Consider taking part in one of our many exciting programs at the Co-op. Throughout the year, the Co-op offers a range of opportunities for community members to get involved and give back.

Bag That Bag

Bring your own bag and help your neighbors at the same time! For every reusable bag that you use, the Co-op donates five cents to the Montpelier Food Pantry. Since launching Bag That Bag in 2016, the Co-op has raised more than $65,000 and has replaced more than 1 million paper bags.

Give Change

Raise funds and awareness for a great cause! Each month, we feature a local nonprofit at the register as our Give Change register round-up recipient. Co-op shoppers can show their support by rounding up to the nearest dollar or making a donation at the register. 

 

Previous partners include:

  • Community Harvest of Central Vermont
  • Downstreet Housing & Community Development
  • Kellogg Hubbard Library
  • Central Vermont Humane Society
  • Capstone Community Action
  • Good Samaritan Haven
  • Good Beginnings of Central Vermont
  • People’s Health & Wellness
  • Vermont Foodbank
  • Outright Vermont

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Every November and December, Hunger Mountain Co-op and Northfield Savings Bank team up to provide healthy meals for our neighbors in need by hosting a food and fund drive benefitting the Vermont Foodbank. In the two-year history of this campaign, Co-op shoppers have helped us raise almost $40,000 and collected nearly 2,500 pounds of food for the Foodbank. 

 

How to Help:

  • When shopping at the Co-op, round up your total or add a donation.
  • While shopping at the Co-op online, add a donation to your order.
  • Drop off non-perishable donations in the exit way through December 31.

Slash Your Trash

As individuals, we can all take steps to reduce our waste and collectively make a bigger impact:          

  • Select local or organic products whenever possible.
  • Remember reusable shopping bags. 
  • When shopping for produce, use reusable bags or recyclable paper bags.
  • Recycle household batteries, wine corks, and plastic beverage holders at our customer service desk.
  • Bring a clean travel mug for hot drinks at the deli and save 30 cents.
  • Purchase a reusable takeout eco container for food bar and deli purchases.
  • Opt-out of paper receipts and have receipts emailed. 
  • Bring clean containers or buy a reusable container for bulk foods and wellness bulk products.

Bag That Bag

Bring your own bag and help your neighbors at the same time! For every reusable bag that you use, the Co-op donates five cents to the Montpelier Food Pantry. Since launching Bag That Bag in 2016, the Co-op has raised more than $65,000 and has replaced more than 1 million paper bags.

Give Change

Raise funds and awareness for a great cause! Each month, we feature a local nonprofit at the register as our Give Change register round-up recipient. Co-op shoppers can show their support by rounding up to the nearest dollar or making a donation at the register. 

 

Previous partners include:

  • Community Harvest of Central Vermont
  • Downstreet Housing & Community Development
  • Kellogg Hubbard Library
  • Central Vermont Humane Society
  • Capstone Community Action
  • Good Samaritan Haven
  • Good Beginnings of Central Vermont
  • People’s Health & Wellness
  • Vermont Foodbank
  • Outright Vermont

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

Every November and December, Hunger Mountain Co-op and Northfield Savings Bank team up to provide healthy meals for our neighbors in need by hosting a food and fund drive benefitting the Vermont Foodbank. In the two-year history of this campaign, Co-op shoppers have helped us raise almost $40,000 and collected nearly 2,500 pounds of food for the Foodbank. 

 

How to Help:

  • When shopping at the Co-op, round up your total or add a donation.
  • While shopping at the Co-op online, add a donation to your order.
  • Drop off non-perishable donations in the exit way through December 31.

Slash Your Trash

As individuals, we can all take steps to reduce our waste and collectively make a bigger impact:          

  • Select local or organic products whenever possible.
  • Remember reusable shopping bags. 
  • When shopping for produce, use reusable bags or recyclable paper bags.
  • Recycle household batteries, wine corks, and plastic beverage holders at our customer service desk.
  • Bring a clean travel mug for hot drinks at the deli and save 30 cents.
  • Purchase a reusable takeout eco container for food bar and deli purchases.
  • Opt-out of paper receipts and have receipts emailed. 
  • Bring clean containers or buy a reusable container for bulk foods and wellness bulk products.

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