General Sisters has an expansive bottom line:
– Our investment transforms an unusable building into a building with equity that will remain in the hands of our neighbors.
– From the foundation, to the roof, to its contents, General Sisters is built from the generous and active redistribution of resources, manifesting a tangible practice for re-thinking capitalism, and consumer agency; while emphasizing the intersectionality of the economy, the environment, the social and quality of life.
– People want to be healthy and nourished regardless of income. Not one of us is healthy until all of us are healthy.
– General Sisters is a catalytic space for regional and neighborhood food enterprises as well as a common, safe place for neighborhood residents to gather, exchange and learn together.