Support the co-op by becoming a working or non-working member. We offer different types of memberships that will entitle you to a discount when you shop with us. Lower joining fees are available for low-income working members; please let Membership know when joining.
2023: We’re offering new member orientations!
Please fill out our New Member Availability Survey here. We’ll reach out to those whose availability matches open weekly coop shifts (check your SPAM filter, as our messages often get flagged by mistake). If you don’t hear back from us right away, please be patient, we may reach out in a few weeks/months as our schedule changes. Feel free to fill the form again if your availability changes.
|Membership||Joining Fee||Shopping Discount||Work Requirement||Details|
|Weekly Working||$48||20%||2.25 hours/week||Joining fee is sliding scale, by ability to pay|
|Weekly Working Household||$60||20%||2.25 hours/week||A second member of your household may use your discount to shop|
|Shared Working Membership||$48 (per person)||15%||2.25 hours/week shared between 2 members||Find a partner and work one weekly shift, alternating between the two of you|
To become a nonworking member, you can join (or renew) at the store or online. You’ll pay a prorated amount when you join and renew at the full amount each January. Your email or register receipt is proof of membership.
|Membership||Annual Dues||Discount||Work Requirement||Details|
|Nonworking||$60||8%||None||If you spend $14.50 /week or more at the co-op, your member discount will more than pay for your annual dues!|
|Nonworking Household||$72||8%||None||A second member of your household may use your discount to shop. If you spend $17.50 /week or more at the co-op, your member discount will more than pay for your dues!|
Other Discounts (no membership required)
- 8% – senior (65 and up)
- 5% – paying with EBT, disabled or tenant of Cooper Square Mutual Housing Association
- 3% – student or member of another co-op
Discounts do not combine. Each person takes only the largest of whichever discount applies. For example, a student who also uses EBT gets 5%, not 8%.
If you have questions that are not answered here, please contact membership.