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Community Emergency Service – August Round Up

Rounding up at the register with our Change Matters* program is an easy way to make donations. During the month of August all register donations will go to support Community Emergency Service. Community Emergency Service (CES) is a non-profit crisis relief and empowerment community outreach for the inner city of South and North Minneapolis. Change Matters…  Read More

July Food Drive

We’re hosting a food drive in July in response to the heightened needs in our community. Together, we can make a big impact. With the pandemic, and many people losing their jobs/grocery stores as a result of the riots, there is an increased demand for food donations. Together, we can give back to groups reaching…  Read More

Wedge Table Temporary Closure

We opened the Wedge Table in 2015 as a place for our community to gather together and enjoy food. With COVID-19, what it means for the community coming together has changed. And with these changing conditions, we have seen increased challenges in running the Table. TCCP’s leadership and board have decided to close the Wedge…  Read More

Walk-in Counseling Center

Walk-in Counseling Center – July Round Up

Rounding up at the register with our Change Matters* program is an easy way to make donations. During the month of July all register donations will go to support Walk-in Counseling Center. Walk-in Counseling Center provides free, anonymous mental health counseling to help thousands of people address issues of depression, anxiety, chemical abuse/dependency, trauma, domestic violence…  Read More

Owner Spotlights

During the difficult months we experienced this spring, we were inspired by the people in our community who joined together to help each other, stay connected, and support their neighbors. As a part of our virtual annual meeting, we’ll be spotlighting co-op owners who have helped make a difference in their neighborhoods, those who embody the true sense of community and inspire others to do better. We need your help in identifying those…  Read More

Board Candidates

Seeking Board Candidates

TCCP is now seeking board candidates who are passionate about our co-op, co-op principles and who support building community by creating a strong, local food system. A qualified board candidate is a TCCP co-op owner with strong communication and collaborative dialogue skills, experience managing business or organizational growth, and a commitment to diversity, equity, accessibility…  Read More

Community Coming Together: How we’re responding to a time of crisis.

Like all of you, we are in mourning about George Floyd’s death. We are angry about the inequity and injustice that exists in our community. We are devastated by the destruction in our neighborhoods and across the cities. Yet, we are inspired by how community members have joined together to clean up their neighborhoods and…  Read More

Green Card Voices – June Round Up

Rounding up at the register with our Change Matters* program is an easy way to make donations. During the month of June all register donations will go to support Green Card Voices. Green Card Voices utilizes digital storytelling to share personal narratives of America’s immigrants, fostering tolerance and establishing a better understanding between the immigrant and…  Read More

Our Commitment to You During Covid-19 and Always.

TCCP is committed to remaining a reliable destination in serving our community to provide necessary resources for families, owners and staff. As the safety of our community is our first priority, TCCP wants to update and assure you that we are monitoring information regarding coronavirus disease, now called COVID-19. Find our ongoing store updates on…  Read More

Spring Owner Celebration

The Spring Owner Celebration is still on through Tuesday, March 31. In order to create a safer shopping experience and let people shop when the store is most well stocked, please do not feel you need to rush into the store this week in order to benefit from the coupon. We are extending the expiration…  Read More