Join the Food Consortium

Choose the membership category below that best fits you, and join or renew your membership today!

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COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP

$25

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As a member of the Food Consortium, you are part of a focused regional network of people working on building better communities through creating a more vibrant, accessible, innovative, and equitable food system.

We request that anyone who wants to serve on an Action Team sign up as a member (here) or partner (below) of the Food Consortium. We can’t wait to work with you!

Click here for a list of membership benefits.

Finer details (adapted from FCFC Bylaws):

Community membership in FCFC indicates an annual relationship with FCFC through communication, networking, and resource development.  It does not require participation on an Action Team, Committee, or an active role in the implementation of various FCFC tasks and projects, however, participation on Action Teams and Committees will be encouraged by FCFC from time to time in order to inspire and engage the Community Membership.  Benefits of Community membership include voting rights at all FCFC general membership meetings and such other benefits as may be conferred from time to time by the Advisory Council.  Community membership is open to individuals and organizations.  Both Community Membership & Partnerships come with one representative seat each to serve on the Food Consortium’s Advisory Council, and shall be choosen by Membership and Partnership groups respectively. The annual fee for Community membership will be determined on an annual basis by the Advisory Council.

SUPPORTING PARTNER (Individual/Household)

$50

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As a partner of the Food Consortium, you are part of a critical network of support that makes the Food Consortium possible.

We request that anyone who wants to serve on an Action Team sign up as a member (above) or one of the partner categories. We can’t wait to work with you!

Click here for a list of membership benefits.

Finer details (adapted from FCFC Bylaws):

Partner membership in FCFC indicates an annual monetary gift commitment to FCFC in support of its initiatives and in addition to the annual membership fee.  For instance, if you join as a Supporting Partner (Individual/Household) for $50, $25 of that covers your membership fee for a year, while the remaining $25 counts as a donation to FCFC.  Partnership does not require participation on an Action Team,Committee, or an active role in the implementation of various FCFC tasks and projects.  However, participation on Action Teams and Committees will be encouraged by FCFC from time to time in order to inspire and engage the Partner Circle.  Benefits of Partner membership include voting rights at all FCFC general membership meetings.  Other benefits may be conferred from time to time by the Advisory Council.  Partner membership is open to individuals and organizations.  Both Community Membership & Partnerships come with one representative seat each to serve on the Food Consortium’s Advisory Council, and shall be choosen by Membership and Partnership groups respectively.  The annual fee and levels of giving for Partner membership will be determined on an annual basis by the Advisory Council.

SUPPORTING PARTNER (Business/Organization)

$100

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As a partner of the Food Consortium, you are part of a critical network of support that makes the Food Consortium possible.

We request that anyone who wants to serve on an Action Team sign up as a member (above) or one of the partner categories. We can’t wait to work with you!

Click here for a list of membership benefits.

Finer details (adapted from FCFC Bylaws):

Partner membership in FCFC indicates an annual monetary gift commitment to FCFC in support of its initiatives and in addition to the annual membership fee.  For instance, if you join as a Supporting Partner (Business/Organization) for $100, $25 of that covers your membership fee for a year, while the remaining $75 counts as a donation to FCFC.  Partnership does not require participation on an Action Team,Committee, or an active role in the implementation of various FCFC tasks and projects.  However, participation on Action Teams and Committees will be encouraged by FCFC from time to time in order to inspire and engage the Partner Circle.  Benefits of Partner membership include voting rights at all FCFC general membership meetings.  Other benefits may be conferred from time to time by the Advisory Council.  Partner membership is open to individuals and organizations.  Both Community Membership & Partnerships come with one representative seat each to serve on the Food Consortium’s Advisory Council, and shall be choosen by Membership and Partnership groups respectively.  The annual fee and levels of giving for Partner membership will be determined on an annual basis by the Advisory Council.

SUSTAINING PARTNER (Individual/Household)

$100

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As a partner of the Food Consortium, you are part of a critical network of support that makes the Food Consortium possible.

We request that anyone who wants to serve on an Action Team sign up as a member (above) or one of the partner categories. We can’t wait to work with you!

Click here for a list of membership benefits.

Finer details (adapted from FCFC Bylaws):

Partner membership in FCFC indicates an annual monetary gift commitment to FCFC in support of its initiatives and in addition to the annual membership fee.  For instance, if you join as a Sustaining Partner (Individual/Household) for $100, $25 of that covers your membership fee for a year, while the remaining $75 counts as a donation to FCFC.  Partnership does not require participation on an Action Team,Committee, or an active role in the implementation of various FCFC tasks and projects.  However, participation on Action Teams and Committees will be encouraged by FCFC from time to time in order to inspire and engage the Partner Circle.  Benefits of Partner membership include voting rights at all FCFC general membership meetings.  Other benefits may be conferred from time to time by the Advisory Council.  Partner membership is open to individuals and organizations.  Both Community Membership & Partnerships come with one representative seat each to serve on the Food Consortium’s Advisory Council, and shall be choosen by Membership and Partnership groups respectively.  The annual fee and levels of giving for Partner membership will be determined on an annual basis by the Advisory Council.

SUSTAINING PARTNER (Business/Organization)

$500

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As a partner of the Food Consortium, you are part of a critical network of support that makes the Food Consortium possible.

We request that anyone who wants to serve on an Action Team sign up as a member (above) or one of the partner categories. We can’t wait to work with you!

Click here for a list of membership benefits.

Finer details (adapted from FCFC Bylaws):

Partner membership in FCFC indicates an annual monetary gift commitment to FCFC in support of its initiatives and in addition to the annual membership fee.  For instance, if you join as a SustainingPartner (Business/Organization) for $500, $25 of that covers your membership fee for a year, while the remaining $475 counts as a donation to FCFC.  Partnership does not require participation on an Action Team,Committee, or an active role in the implementation of various FCFC tasks and projects.  However, participation on Action Teams and Committees will be encouraged by FCFC from time to time in order to inspire and engage the Partner Circle.  Benefits of Partner membership include voting rights at all FCFC general membership meetings.  Other benefits may be conferred from time to time by the Advisory Council.  Partner membership is open to individuals and organizations.  Both Community Membership & Partnerships come with one representative seat each to serve on the Food Consortium’s Advisory Council, and shall be choosen by Membership and Partnership groups respectively.  The annual fee and levels of giving for Partner membership will be determined on an annual basis by the Advisory Council.