Sam Toland is a member of the Co-ordinating Body (our board of directors) and serves as our current Co-op Secretary. As the search for and transition to our new premises becomes a (major!) footnote in Dublin Food Co-op history, the work of your CB turns from keeping our Food Co-op afloat, to developing a Co-op that continues to benefit members and achieves our common purpose. An important part of this work …. |READ MORE|
A number of members have been working on a proposal for a ‘Members’ Affairs Committee’ which we hope can function as an important means to allow more people to engage with their Co-op.
The secret to a vibrant and sustainable Co-op is the engagement of its members. And it is vital that members are educated about what it means to be a co-operative and how they can participate in their Co-op.
The Dublin Food Co-op will be launching our Click & Collect online shop in February 2019. We had intended to launch alongside the opening of the new shop but in the end we decided to give it a bit more time so that we could start the new service on the best possible footing.
IRELAND’S OLDEST FOOD COOPERATIVE FINDS A PERMANENT HOME After years of searching Dublin’s increasingly competitive property market, the Dublin Food Cooperative (DFC) has finally found a permanent home in Kilmainham. The Newmarket Dublin 8 area has changed considerably over the last decade. The abandoned construction sites that once mocked the demise of the Celtic …. |READ MORE|
PREMISES ‘TALKING CO-OP’ We will be holding our premises ‘Talking Co-Op’ on September 14th from 6.30 to 8 pm at the Fumbally Stables. We will have an update on our premise situation and will discuss our HELP US GROW fundraising campaign, new volunteer roles and the next steps for the organisation. Please do try and …. |READ MORE|