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“Our employee engagement is tremendous,” Hudson says. “We are able to rally our employees together to help with whatever is needed — bringing together our entire team of almost 700 employees — even if what’s needed is cooking burgers in the pouring rain at an event we’ve sponsored or feeding hungry farmers right there in the field.


It’s about being on the ground, getting to be part of something that is more than just donating money.”


Even when South Country is making a monetary contribution to larger projects, the goal isn’t to merely cut a cheque and end the story there; South Country Co-op’s goal is to build a partnership for the future. These partnerships ensure continued success and benefits for the communities they serve.


For example, the Medicine Hat Public Library is adding a children’s developmental play space thanks to a $74,300 Co-op Community Spaces grant. The relationship will continue after its unveiling in early 2020, through book buying or activity sponsorship and volunteerism, for example.


“We don’t want the partnership to end here. We want to continue working together,” Hudson explains.


Partnerships. Community support. Lending hands. Long-lasting partnerships.


At South Country Co-op, your goals are their goals, and co-operation means being by your side through to the very end, no matter what.


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