Co-op in the Community

Coop in the Community

The Concord Food Co-op is actively working with the nonprofits in the community. In fiscal year ending June 2017, the Co-op provided financial or in-kind support to the following nonprofit organizations.

  • Abbot-Downing School, BITS, Bow High School,Boys and Girls Club, Canterbury Shaker Village, CCEH, Chamber of Commerce Concord & New London, Childhood Cancer Lifeline, City of Concord, Colon Cancer Coalition, Concord Hospital, Concord Hospital Center for Health Promotion, Concord High School, Crisis Center of Central NH, Currier Art Gallery, Families in Transition, Friends of Forgotten Children, Friends Program, Friendly Kitchen, Intown Concord, Junior Service League, Make a Wish NH, McKenna House, NCGA, NH Farm Bureau Federation, NH Food Bank, NH DOT, NHPR, NOFA-NH, Pope Memorial SPCA, Seeds for the Future, Society for the Protection of NH Forests, Wilmont Fire Dept., 4H Highland Riders, 5 Rivers Conservation Trust

To be considered for a donation from the Concord Food Co-op  the organization must generally:

✔ be a charitable not-for-profit

✔ have a non-political and secular mission

✔ focus their efforts in New Hampshire

✔ be socially and environmentally responsible

✔ do work that is complementary to the Co-op’s mission

To learn more about the Community Partner Program please email

Donation Requests

Organizations wishing to receive monetary donations, raffle items, food, or other donations from the Concord Food Co-op, Concord Food Co-op of New London,  must send a written request at least 60 days prior.
Please email your request to or mail it to Concord Food Co-op, Attn: Outreach, 24 South Main Street, Concord, NH 03301.

We enjoy the opportunity to support a variety of organizations and events in the community. However, due to the large volume of requests that we receive daily, we are not able to approve all donations.