Giving season

This article was originally published in December 2017

PCC has a selection of festive and sustainable gifts you can give from the heart this holiday season. Candles, scarves and hats all make wonderful gifts. We’re offering kits to make beer or hard cider, as well as special sets for mixing your own cocktails. We also have an array of health and beauty gift options from local and organic producers, such as Moon Valley Organics and Shepard Moon.

For more great gift ideas under $25, see this page.

Let us be part of your gift giving

Want to give a gift that keeps on giving? Support one of PCC’s programs that builds a healthy and sustainable community.

When you buy a specially marked bag of organic Fuji apples, you support food and nutrition programs for local kids. This year, donations are going to Oxbow Farm, Greenplate Special and the Tilth Alliance. Read more about these great organizations on page 6.

Give the gift of a full holiday table through a donation to PCC’s Food Bank Program. Our Food Bank Program has been going strong for more than 25 years. Your donations help us provide the nutritious foods that are needed most.

Holiday hours in stores

  • Christmas Eve: All stores will be open until 7 p.m.
  • Christmas Day: All stores will be closed.
  • New Year’s Eve: All stores will be open until 10 p.m.
  • New Year’s Day: All stores will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Extra 10% off for members!

PCC members get an extra, second 10% off member discount shopping day in December in addition to the usual one. You can apply these discounts to any shop that you choose during the month of December, just remember to tell your cashier during checkout.

Also, don’t forget members get 5% off on the 15th and 16th each month, in addition to the monthly 10% discount!

Related Reading

News bites, December 2017

Dr. Bronner's Magic Soap has pledged $1 million over the next four years to the nonprofit TERI, to expand its Southern California operation to include a new, state-of-the-art facility called the "Campus of Life" for children, adults and seniors with autism and other special needs.

Gathering around the holiday table

Diversity hath many forms, including what we eat. Seated around your holiday table may be a meat-lover, a committed vegan, someone with nut allergies, and another avoiding gluten.

Board Report, December 2017

PCC's Board of Trustees is elected to represent the interests of co-op members. Hearing from members enhances the governance and ongoing betterment of the cooperative for members.