Our Co-op was built to serve and grow our community. That’s why we return our profits to our members and support the causes and programs that matter to you.
A strong social conscience has always been part of how your Co-op operates. Our business has been built on a foundation of community involvement and service. We will run a strong, financially viable business that returns profits to our members and we invest in the communities in which we operate. We are part of your hometown and care about and support the causes that matter to you, your community and neighbouring communities.
Co-op communities are diverse and so are their needs. We get it. We’ve designed our programs to help our local communities to thrive and enable organizations to do what you do best for the betterment of our community. Please read over our Sponsorship and Donation Guidelines, attached below, and submit an application for one of the following should you fit our requirements:
Community Event Fundraising– https://www.otterco-op.crs/sites/otter/local/detail/community-event-fundraising
Hosting a local fundraising event? Co-op offers equipment and donation bundles to help your non-profit or community group host a fantastic local fundraiser.
Community Support Fund– https://www.otterco-op.crs/sites/otter/local/detail/community-support-fund
Need a one-time donation for a community project? Apply for a donation to help support programming, complete projects or improve facilities and services that better our community. This includes sponsorships and gift card/product donations.
Looking for Marketing Sponsorship opportunities, or unsure where your request might fit? Email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance!
At Otter Co-op, we care about our families, friends and neighbours, as well as the communities where we live, work and play. Co-ops are built by and for the communities they serve.
Please note we have postponed our Gift Card Fundraising Pilot Program due to the COVID-19 situation indefinitely until the risk of spread has minimized and communities have time to stabilize.