Food Co-Op Program
According to Wikipedia a Co-op (cooperative) is an autonomous association of people who voluntarily cooperate for their mutual social, economic, and cultural benefit. The Project Hope Food Co-op at Holy Cross seeks to empower families of limited means to improve their current economic situation. Our co-op is a joint effort between Holy Cross and Project Hope and is led by Weston and Terri Gunke and Lori Lindberg, the executive director of Project Hope.
 
The Project Hope Food Co-op at Holy Cross began in March of 2015 and currently serves 11 families with a total of 51 members in the program. Co-op members receive about one week’s worth of food twice a month.  The Co-op members determine the rules, guidelines and expectations for the co-op.
 
The goal of our co-op is to give people the resources to get past the situation they are in.
 
If you are interested in helping out with the co-op, please contact Weston Grunke at wesgrunke@msn.com.
 
If you or someone you know is interested in joining our co-op, please contact Weston Grunke at wesgrunke@msn.com.