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Buy Local, Give Local at Harmony Co-op



On Friday, November 25th, Harmony Co-op will host its annual “Buy Local, Give Local” event that will generate donations for 2 local non-profits (Northwest Indian Community Development Center and Bemidji Community Table) The day will feature free coffee, cider, and treats along with 10% off at the registers from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.


In addition to 10% off all day, Harmony Co-op will donate 10% of the day’s sales equally to Northwest Indian Community Development Center and Bemidji Community Table who will table in-store from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. See firsthand the dedication, heart and hard work that goes into these great non-profit organizations

Northwest Indian Community Development Center

www.nwicdc.org

Mission Statement

Northwest Indian Community Development Center’s mission is to identify, coordinate and deliver resources that promote wellness and equity for American Indian families in northwest and north-central MN. They are informed by the guiding vision when Anishinaabe and American Indian families are connected to culturally rich environments and relationships, as well as appropriate contemporary resources, they realize and ensure well-being for themselves, their families and their communities.

Who they serve

NWICDC is located in Bemidji, MN and provides services to more than 2,400 individuals annually, serving a 60-mile radius which includes the Red Lake Nation, White Earth Nation, the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, as well as the administrative headquarters of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribe. While located in Beltrami County, Bemidji is the regional economic hub to all three reservations and is central economically and socially to the neighboring counties of Cass, Mahnomen, Clearwater, Itasca and Hubbard. Learn more about Northwest Indian Community Development Center here www.nwicdc.org

Bemidji Community Table


Mission Statement

To provide meals and promote an "open table" atmosphere for those in the community needing fellowship who might otherwise go hungry. They are a 100% volunteer run organization.


Community Staple!

Community Table formerly known as Bemidji Community Soup Kitchen (BCSK) has been serving members of our community with meals for nearly 30 years. Their guests include elderly who may have difficulty preparing meals for themselves, individuals lacking adequate cooking facilities, families lacking adequate food supplies, and those seeking an evening meal for other reasons. Community Table organizes four meals a week at two Bemidji area Churches to anyone who is hungry, no questions asked.


To learn more about the Community Table or volunteer check out this link www.communitytablebemidji.org


You can make a difference (and SAVE MONEY) by shopping at Harmony Co-op this November 25th, 2022!!! Keep up with this event here


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