Good Neighbor Rewards
The Good Neighbor Rewards Program is Good Food Markets' loyalty program. It is completely FREE and only takes a moment to sign up in the store. Some basic info, and you're all set to start saving right away.
Plus, earn a point for every dollar you spend, and redeem a $5 instant savings, in addition to your everyday discounts, for every 200 points you earn.
Stop by, or call 202-248-8494 with any questions, we look forward to meeting you!
Saves at least 5% on Good Food Markets "Core Values" line of products
Seniors (60+) save 5% on Produce & 10% on "Core Values" products
SNAP Households now receive 25% off all Produce & 10% off "Core Values" products
Good Food Delivers connects retailers consumers and institutions with local, sustainably grown produce and fresh prepared foods at an affordable price. Good Food Delivers aggregates is supply from sustainable farmers in Virginia and Maryland to serve retail clients in DC from our base of opera ons at Union Kitchen’s Ivy City facilities. Our in-house Good Food To Go brand was created to provide our community with healthy grab and go meals that would easily fit into their lifestyles. Our fresh prepared foods focus on taste, convenience, and nutrition. Our talented chefs enjoy creating a wide variety of dishes that fulfill our customers needs by making healthy food more accessible and affordable.
Integral to all our work is access to healthy, sustainably grown produce. To increase that supply, Good Food Grows manages urban agriculture production and education sites in the communities where we work. Urban farms serve to increase access to affordable, local, organic produce, and improve awareness of the food system among youth and adults.
Oasis Community Partners is a 501c3 non-profit organization based in the District of Columbia that works with food desert and other under-served communities to reinvent their relationship with food.
DEVELOPING SOCIAL ENTERPRISE BUSINESS MODELS THAT ARE ECONOMICALLY AND ECOLOGICALLY SUSTAINABLE
We create new opportunities while amplifying the voices and accelerating the work of other organizations with shared goals. Our social enterprise business models, Good Food Markets, Good Food Delivers, and Good Food Grows represent a mutually rein-forcing ecosystem of businesses that are economically and environmentally sustainable.
Oasis Community Partners strives to improve the health of our community by working with a diverse group of individuals and organizations behind the shared goals of food sovereignty and security.
DIET, HEALTH, AND NUTRITION EDUCATION
Oasis Community Partners works to expand the discussion around food access, shedding light on the social and economic factors at play in low income communities throughout the country.
The presentation was created by Marlena Wright and Wola Osunsade, and won first prize at UDC's Undergraduate Research Day.