Cooperative Investments Earn Interest for Local Giving
Fund manager David Thompson, President of Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation (TPCF) is quick to commend Hanover for its leadership in the national cooperative community.
“We are inspired by the many Hanover employees and board members who have stayed committed to this program. From the start, they’ve led the nation in funds invested and interest shared among all Cooperative Community Funds,” said Thompson in an email interview
“We love that the Hanover Co-op’s investment here helps us serve the Upper Valley,” said New Hampshire Community Loan Fund President Juliana Eades. “Not only were we able to help the homeowners in six Grafton County manufactured-home parks form cooperatives since that investment, but the interest we pay you is helping you support other co-ops and local agriculture.”
Other New England food cooperatives building robust Cooperative Community Funds include the Littleton, Monandnock (NH), Brattleboro, City Market, Hunger Mountain (VT), River Valley and Franklin co-ops (MA).
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