The Cooperative Pathway Program (CPP) is our program aimed to replicate the food co-op model at partner locations.

The CPP encompasses a two-phase approach: a fee-based, four day training; followed by a guided launch of each organization’s co-op. We work with partner organization facilitators and continue to provide operational support such as food procurement, food delivery and mandatory reporting to the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Partner organizations will handle all member recruitment and roster management as well as facilitating the steering committee and general assembly meetings.

Through this program, we want to provide access to sustainable food security to those in need, and do so with a sense of dignity and respect. And more importantly, we want to utilize access to food as a way to provide meaningful, continual change and strengthen our communities and food systems by expanding and replicating our food co-op model in metro Atlanta and ultimately beyond. To do so, we are continuing our work with our long-term partner the Atlanta Community Food Bank to help identify communities in need. In addition, we will seek out new partners, and work with existing partners who are leaders within their respective communities to create transformative, ever-lasting change.

If you are interested in learning more about how you can support this program or launch one near you, email

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