NOTICE: Our Community Room is currently closed to public use for the foreseeable future. We will update this page when it is once again available for booking and public use.
We have a versatile Community Room that the public can rent. Use the form below to request a day and time.
The Good Foods Co-op Community Room is available to non-profit groups, community groups or Co-op owners to hold meetings, parties or other events. One-time events as well as ongoing events may be booked. We do not book the room during the week from 11 am – 2 pm and 5 – 7 pm to allow overflow seating for our café. This room may not be used for political or religious gatherings or for anything that conflicts or competes with Good Foods’ business including but not limited to direct marketing, multi-level marketing, wellness products sales or catering.
For more Community Room use guidelines and specs, and to reserve your spot, check out the form HERE. To book the Community Room, fill out the form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off a paper copy at our Hospitality Desk.
You can see what times have already been reserved here:
Good Foods is involved in the Lexington community in many ways:
Classes at the Co-op
On most Wednesday evenings we offer classes in our Community Room. We’re proud to partner with local experts and enthusiasts to offer instruction on a wide range of topics including cooking, nutrition, aromatherapy, gardening and more! Check out our events page for details on upcoming classes.
If you’d be interested in offering a class at the Co-op, please read over our Class Guidelines first, which you can find HERE. You can then fill out a Class Proposal form HERE and email it to email@example.com.
Good Foods Charitable Foundation
The Good Foods Charitable Foundation exists to financially support non-profit groups in our community. Charitable organizations, schools and other tax-exempt organizations serving central Kentucky are eligible to apply for mini-grants.
The grant-making area of focus should be:
● Development of the local food system and the local foodshed serving the central Kentucky region
● Promotion of food citizenship
● Increasing access to healthy food for all
● Promoting the cooperative business model
The awards will range from $500-$2000.
To find the full description and application instructions, click HERE.
When your proposal is ready, click the button below to upload and submit.
If you have any questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Give Where You Live Program
May 2020 — Seedleaf
June 2020 — Legal Aid of the Bluegrass
July 2020 — The Foster Care Council
August 2020 — Lexington Humane Society
September 2020 — Glean Kentucky
October 2020 — Child Development Center of the Bluegrass
November 2020 — God’s Pantry Food Bank
December 2020 — Good Foods Charitable Foundation
January 2021 — The Living Arts & Science Center
February 2021 — DV8 Kitchen Vocational Training Foundation
March 2021 — Broke Spoke Community Bike Shop
April 2021 — Ampersand Sexual Violence Resource Center
Each time you shop, you have the option to round up to the nearest dollar to donate that amount! You can also choose to donate any amount that you wish.
Non-profit organizations hoping to make it on the Give Where You Live ballot for the next annual cycle should fill out this application and this agreement and email them to email@example.com or drop paper copies off at our Hospitality Desk. The deadline for submissions for the following year is December 31st.
Art (usually) in the Café