Greater Boston Chamber of Cooperatives: Individual Members
Individuals may become a member of the Chamber. While individuals are not voting members of the Chamber, they have access to all other members benefits are helping to grow the cooperative movement in Boston.
The Chamber centers racial and economic justice in its work of strengthening and expanding the Greater Boston cooperative economy through education, advocacy, and collaboration among its member organizations.
Through shared resources and cross-sector collective action, we are working to build a more just, democratic, and sustainable economy.
Membership in the Chamber of Cooperatives means collaborating for racial and economic justice through cooperative ownership. In addition to building the infrastructure and ecosystem for a more democratic and justice economy in Greater Boston, members of the Chamber also receive:
-Shared marketing discounts
-Shared voice for more effective co-op advocacy
-Visibility and expanded recognition of your co-op’s Brand
-Email list and website access for job or housing postings, shared resources, & announcements
-Member discounts on trainings and workshops, as well as social events and opportunities for networking.
-Co-op members may vote and run for the board of directors. Individual members and affiliate organizational members (who aren’t themselves co-ops) get all the benefits of membership, except running or voting for the board.
To pay dues, please send a check made out to "Greater Boston Chamber of Co-ops" and send it to GBCC, c/o Jeff Edenberg, 8 Chestnut Street, Boston, MA 02108.
If a check isn't possible, you may also pay online here:
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