Come on, let's GROW our market!
The Community Market will be a community-owned grocery store where we put partnering with local small businesses, making local farm foods accessible 7 days a week, and putting our community first—together!
- When you purchase a Full Ownership share in the co-op, you will be able to immediately enjoy all of the amazing benefits.
Benefits are outlined on this page.
- Enjoy all of the same great benefits of your full ownership after completing three installments of $50 per month.
- Enjoy all of the same great benefits of your full ownership after completing six installments of $25 per month.
Clicking the Buy Now buttons above will re-direct you to PayPal. You do not need a PayPal account -- you can checkout using a debit/credit card. If you prefer to pay via check, see below.
I just bought my share, now what?
Thank you so much for joining over 500 of your friends and neighbors in becoming an owner of The Community Market! We’ll email you a welcome packet with 48 hours of when you joined with all the information you need about how the Community Market works, how you can get involved, and what’s next in our work to open the Market.
Can I purchase my share with a check?
Sure! If you want to purchase your $150 ownership share by personal check you can do so by printing out our New Owner Share Form, filling it out completely, and mailing it on with your check to: The Community Market, P.O. Box 565, Fuquay Varina, NC 27526
What our Owners love about their co-op...
...it supports local farmers.”
— Chad & Anne Wingler
“...Low prices comparable to grocery store chains + Natural food products = Good for us and good for our community.”
— The Brem Family
“I love my co-op because supporting small business makes sense.”
— Anna Campbell
“...because Fuquay is our home and we want to make it better.”
— The Johnson Family
“I love my co-op because I love supporting local farms.”
— The Kaden Family
“...it allows the choice of local foods that support the people who work the land and raise the animals that contribute to the healthy environment of Fuquay-Varina.”
— Candace Barringer