Become a Member-Owner (Carrot Plan)

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Thank you for your interest in joining the Greene Hill Food Co-op! Membership is open to anyone making an investment and ongoing work commitment. Please take a few minutes to tell us about yourself.

Your information will be kept private by the Membership and IT Committees. Membership payments are processed by PayPal, and no card or banking information is saved on our server.

The form below can only be used to sign up for the Carrot Plan. If you wish to make your membership investment in a single payment, please use this form.

 

Total Amount
 
As part of the Carrot Plan, I will pay my Membership Investment and Administrative Fee in 7 monthly installments of $25 for a total of $175.
Your recurring contribution will be processed automatically. You will receive an email receipt for each payment. Please contact the Membership Committee at membership@greenehillfood.coop if you encounter any issues with your payment.
Name and Contact Information
You will use this email address when checking in to shop at the Co-op.

Please indicate the best way to reach you.
Membership Agreement
Who encouraged you to join the Co-op?
Please list all other adults over 18 in your household so that their memberships can be linked with yours. List full names separated by a comma.
Do you have children under 18 stay with you part or all of the time? If so, how many?
You can earn work shift credit by joining one of the Co-op’s committees. Please list skills you can provide (e.g., design, programming, accounting, communication, HR).
Please initial here to acknowledge that you accept that any applicable membership fee you pay may not be immediately redeemable upon canceling your membership. A member-owner’s membership fee is a financial investment in the Greene Hill Food Cooperative. Through this financial investment, members share risk in the success of the Co-op. The redemption timing is determined by the Board of Directors, according to the Co-ops fiscal health and other factors (and as such, a member remains a member until his or her redemption is processed). The Co-op currently has a moratorium on membership equity redemptions in place. The moratorium will continue for the foreseeable future until the Co-op improves its financial health. Often members that leave the Co-op choose to donate their investment to the Co-op.
Please initial here to confirm that you are over 18 years of age and that you commit to attend one 1-hour orientation session and then complete a monthly work shift to maintain your membership.