Co-ops are community organizations. They exist to meet the needs of their members and other stakeholders. At Capital Homecare Cooperative, our needs include the creation of meaningful and sustainable employment for the caregivers and providing quality care for our clients. Our stakeholders include our clients, our staff and the families of clients and staff.
We started Capital Homecare Cooperative based on the singular idea that paying caregivers a living wage and treating them with respect would result in the best possible care for those we serve. Our mission is to create and operate a worker-owned community of justly paid professionals providing exceptional care to seniors and people with disabilities. Homecare cooperatives provide a unique solution to many of the barriers facing caregivers and care, and we are delighted to bring all of these gifts to Thurston County.
We are campaigning to raise money for the following:
The NWCDC is a 501(c)(3) organization that assists co-ops such as ours. They can accept donations on our behalf to assist with marketing and outreach.
To donate through NWCDC visit their Network for Good page and make sure to write in “CHC” or “Capital Homecare” in the designation space. Checks made out to NWCDC with CHC in the memo line may also be mailed to:
P.O. Box 256
Olympia, WA 98507-0256
If you’re a caregiver looking for a new way to do the work you love in a supportive, empowering environment, consider joining our team.
Start the application process today!