The TCCP Board is seeking candidates for three open board seats beginning this fall. Community-focused co-op owners with a passion for collaborative and mission-driven dialogue, possessing experience managing business or organizational growth, and having a commitment to Diversity, Equity, Accessibility and Inclusion practices are encouraged to apply. The board strives to support TCCP’s pursuits of delivering profitability and re-investment in the business; planning strategically for the future; and overseeing each TCCP business unit to create positive experiences for everyone we serve: owners, employees, farmers and producers, and the community.
- Applicants must be TCCP owners.
- Application materials are due by 11:59 p.m. June 30, 2021 and must include a completed application and resume.
- Board member service requires a time commitment of 10-20 hours per month.
- Each board member receives an annual stipend of $7,418.93.
2021 TCCP ELECTION CALENDAR:
- June 30: Deadline for board candidate applications
- July 1–22: Eligible candidate interviews
- Aug. 1: Board approves slate of candidates
- Sept. 13: Co-op online voting begins
- Oct. 28: Election results announced at TCCP Annual Meeting.
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We’re honored to be partnering with the Du Nord Foundation, founded to address racial inequities in the Twin Cities by providing stability through disaster, supporting business ownership and economic prosperity, and investing in rebuilding the community through business development. One-hundred percent of the proceeds from the sales of our Black Lives Matters signs go directly to the Du Nord Foundation. We began selling BLM signs in August and have raised over $6,000 so far.
We’re partnering with Eastside Food Co-op, Mississippi Market Food Co-op and Seward Community Co-op on an event series titled “Co-op Community Conversations: Exploring the intersection of racial, social and food justice.” These virtual events will examine and connect our cooperative values with social justice movements.
Our next event is tentatively set for June 24 at 6:30 p.m. Stay tuned at tccp.coop for more information.
Owners receive great deals on customer favorites, and their quarterly 10% discount. Stay tuned on tccp.coop and the Wedge and Linden Hills Co-op Facebook and Instagram for more info.