Wellspring Cooperative


Wellspring Cooperative Corporation is democratically governed by its diverse members through the annual General Assembly and a representative, inclusive board. Wellspring’s board and members include collaborators and leadership from across the community: 

Wellspring Cooperative Businesses 

Worker-owners from:

  • Wellspring Upholstery Cooperative
  • Wellspring Harvest
  • Old Window Workshop
  • Jumping Jack Hoops
  • Greenlove EcoCleaning
  • Farm Bug 
  • Chronic Trips
Anchor Institutions — hospitals, colleges and other locally rooted nonprofit organizations that can connect with and support the work of Wellspring Cooperatives when possible.
  • Baystate Health
  • Sisters of Providence Health System
  • Springfield Technical Community College
  • University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Western New England University
Network Connections: Community and Labor Organizations

Wellspring is committed to building and supporting an economy that supports and uplifts those most marginalized in our community. We see it as vital to support and partner with local community organizations working towards justice and solidarity. 

  • Arise for Social Justice
  • Jobs with Justice of Western Massachusetts
  • Pioneer Valley Project
  • United Food and Commercial Workers Local 1459
Development Organizations — including businesses and cooperatives; and economic, workforce and financial development groups that we often partner and collaborate with.
  • Cooperative Fund of New England
  • Hampden County Regional Employment Board
  • United Way of Pioneer Valley
Individual Community Members

Anyone in the Springfield community can join the Wellspring Community, to learn more about membership or how to get involved please check out our ‘Get Involved Page’