Since starting in Washington, DC, we've had remarkable success. We save our co-op members more than $900,000 in operating costs annually while supporting local, women-owned, and minority-owned businesses. We have a knack for getting things done and are excited to tackle new opportunities across the country.
In Washington, DC—and now in Boston, too—the Community Purchasing Alliance (CPA) leverages the power of an effective group, a well-organized collaborative process, and essential market insight to help business administrators make smarter contracting decisions. By focusing on trust-building, CPA takes the long view, developing deep relationships by consistently delivering tangible value, then inviting members to invest in co-creating a co-op they own, govern, & direct.