Ambler Food Co-op Member Discounts!

Being a member of the Ambler Food Co-Op has great benefits! Show your membership card at the following local businesses to receive great discounts and specials.  New business partners will be announced, so stay posted.  Thank you to our first 12 supportive local businesses!


Barberella – A Chic Boutique Salon

44 E Butler Ave Ambler, PA 19002 215-643-4066

10% off any product in their sustainable product line More Inside by Davines

Barbarella is a chic boutique and skincare salon offering styles from classic to runway. Our products have been chosen with great care to ensure amazing results. 


Domino’s Pizza Ambler

1115 S Bethlehem Pike, Ambler PA 19002  215-654-9000

20% off Gluten-Free Pizza

Offering many varieties of pizza, sandwiches, pasta, chicken and desserts.

Forest & Main

61 North Main Street, Ambler, PA 19002  215-542-1776

$1 off first beer with meal purchase

Forest & Main’s unique yet approachable dinners highlight seasonal fare.  Drink menu features 8 house-made beers on tap (including 3 cask rotations).  Also offering local PA wines.  The ambiance is lovely as well . . . from the restored hardwoods floors and bar, to the front lawn and seasonal porch dining, this Victorian brewpub is a true gem.  2012 Best of Philly “Best Brewpub;” “World-Class Brewpub” – Beer

Healing Touch – Mary Gorka, RN, CHTP

Services offered at Jade Organic Salon, 365 E Butler Ave., 215-806-6821, 

10% off any appointment for Healing Touch. 

 I specialize in migraine headaches, fibromyalgia, other pain syndromes and general balance for improved vitality and well-being.  60 years nursing and 20 years of Healing Touch experience. 



Jackets ‘n Things 

42 East Butler Ave Ambler, PA 19002  215-542-9705

20% off any In-Stock purchase

Specializing in embroidery (from gifts to uniforms), screen printing, sports cards, professional team apparel, team outfitting and dresses handmade for any occasion. 


Jade Organic Salon

365 East Butler Ave, Ambler PA 19002  267-460-8307

5% off

Jade organic salon is an environmentally conscious, fashion forward salon. Our staff is comprised of award winning beauty professionals and certified wellness practitioners.


Mattress Outlet of Abington

1518 Easton Road. Unit #1 Abington, PA 19001  215-307-1535

Additional 10% off monthly special + Free delivery within 5 miles of the Co-Op and Free Sleep Consultation

Mattress Outlet of Abington offers the best sleep products value in Montgomery County. We buy factory direct from five quality manufacturers and offer a full line of accessories (frames, foundations, and mattress protectors) plus bedroom furniture. All of our projects are brand new and fully warranted. Members can expect deep discounts, selection, and unsurpassed expertise. Combined that creates exceptional value and a very soothing shopping experience. 


No Bare Walls Framing Studio 

12 West Butler Ave Ambler, PA 19002  215-654-9106

10% off 

No Bare Walls Framing Studio offers custom framing services for posters and pictures, as well as specialty framing options such as custom mirror making and shadow box framing. We also provide minor frame repair services for frames that have become a little run down or been accidentally bumped and bruised. All of our custom framing services are specific to each picture or item being framed to ensure that the final product will fit perfectly on the exact wall space in your home.

 PrimeX.pngPrimex Garden Center

435 West Glenside Avenue, Glenside, PA 19038  215-887-7500

5% off your purchase, excludes bulk mulch/topsoil & delivery

Primex garden center is a family-owned, independent, all-seasons garden center, nursery and greenhouse since 1943. Wide selection of gardening tools, supplies, organic gardening products and plant material.


Pure Spa

79 East Butler Ave, Ambler, PA 19002  215-542-7873

20% off services and products. (Not to be combined with any other offer/discount.)


PureSPa is committed to providing excellent customer service.  Our approach is personalized; our environment professional.  At Pure Spa we believe relaxation is the key to living a happy and healthful life.



 River of Life Martial Arts & Wellness Center

321 Morris Rd, Fort Washington, PA 19034, 215-542-0102

10% off Martial Arts lessons and Zumba classes.

River of Life Martial Arts Center offers five styles of Martial Arts plus Children’s Martial Arts classes. Our fitness classes include Zumba, Kettlebells, Tai Chi, Yoga, and Ballroom Dance.  Martial Arts include Aikido, Jujitsu, Iaido, Ken Jutsu and Karate.


Shoe Fitters

20 East Butler Pike Ambler, PA 19002  215-643-7463

 20% off in-stock footwear

 Whether for walking, hiking, running, or casual wear, ShoeFitters has the styles and the brands to help you look, and most importantly, feel your best. We also offer shoe fitting, orthotics construction and prescription filling.

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Upcoming House Parties!

We have a busy summer ahead with Ambler Food Co-op members hosting House Parties to bring in even MORE members! These parties are casual events to introduce friends and neighbors to our effort to open a community-owned and operated grocery store in Ambler.

July 30th, 7:00 – 9:00pm, Maple Glen
August 4th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm, Maple Glen
August 15,  7:00 – 9:00pm, Ambler
Others to follow in Ambler and Horsham!

RSVP to us at

Interested in hosting a House Party of you’re own? It’s easy to do, and it helps us grow! Email us at to learn more.

Read more about the house parties and our membership campaign in the Ambler Gazette!

Can’t make it to a party but still want to be a part of this amazing movement? Click to join now, and receive exclusive discounts to area businesses.  Membership is an investment in your community!

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The First House Party: A Big Success

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On the 22nd of May the Ambler Food Co-op had their first house party at the home of Bernadette Dougherty. Many local food vendors volunteered the food and the party favors, which was also local food.

Posted in Co-op, Events, Friends of the co-op, Healthy Eating

Ambler Food Co-op Upcoming Events

Come find out more about the Ambler Food Co-op at our First Membership Meeting and at our table at these events!

Ambler Food Co-op’s First Membership Meeting
Food and Future on Tap for Members and the Public
St Anthony’s Church, Fellowship Hall, 259 Forest Ave, Ambler
Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 6:30pm

We will have an update, an open dialogue on our future, food and fun for the kids!

Please RSVP

YMCA Healthy Kids Day
Ambler YMCA
Saturday, April 26th
10am – 2pm
For more information click here

Ambler Music Open House
310 E. Butler Ave., Ambler, PA 19002
Saturday April 26th
1pm – 5pm

Robbins Park Spring Fling
1419 E. Butler Pk Ambler PA 19002
Sunday April 27th
1pm – 4 pm
for more information click here

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Step Up – Ambler Food Co-op Is Accepting Members!

We are excited to announce that your community marketplace, the Ambler Food Co-op, is now accepting membership enrollments! No longer taking membership pledges, we are pleased to announce that we are now accepting full-fledged voting members from this point forward.

This is a big step for us as we seek to open and operate a community-owned full-service grocery store in Ambler.

Join today so that we can all move closer to fulfilling our mission “to create and sustain a member owned market that nourishes the community by offering locally-sourced food and products, bettering the physical, social and economic strength of the people in Ambler and in the surrounding communities.”

Every new member puts us one step closer to opening our doors, so join us today!

Click here for further details and a membership enrollment form.  Please contact us with any questions.

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Marc BrownGold on Supporting Co-ops in Your Community

At our last community meeting, we had the pleasure of hearing from Marc BrownGold, General Manager at Swarthmore Co-op. Here is an excerpt from his moving speech that captures some of the reasons why community members in Ambler are committed to starting a full-service, cooperative grocery market in Ambler, and why it involves and impacts our local community:

What’s the connection between the broken food system and supporting a Co-op in your community?

Healthy foods free of pesticides, hormones, antibiotics are the rule and not the exception [at Swarthmore Co-op]. As a member of a food co-op you are supporting your local farmers. The question I get a lot from future members is “what do I ‘get’ if I join the co-op?” I remind them that it is not what you get but what you give to your community that makes a co-op membership. You give a local farmer the chance to sell all of his produce to a single place so he can use less fuel and less time in the process. He or she can FARM! You give the planet a chance to heal from unsustainable practices that growers of monoculture are using. You give members of your community a place to meet, chat, see a movie, take a cooking or dance class, have a great place to meet—all around this delicious food. You give 30 or 40 members of your community a great paying job with benefits—all centered on delicious healthy food.

I remember having a conversation about the food movement—slow food, organic food, non-GMO food—and talking about whether the movement would work if not for the great taste of the food. The truth is that the people involved in the food movement are more inclined to make a great tasting product, raise a great tasting product, and grow a great tasting product. They take stock in how their particular food item not only tastes, but how it affects the environment, how his/her workers should be treated, how his/her product may or may not be accessible to all.

I am happy to tell you more about the Co-op and how it has had an incredible effect on me, and I am sure that the people that I work with would be happy to do the same. We do not just come to work every day—we feel that we and the community are united around food and how it creates community.

Marc Brown Gold

Marc BrownGold at the Swarthmore Co-op

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A Great Day at the Ambler Parade!

Thank you to our supporters for marching in this year’s Ambler Parade! Marchers had a great time, handing out magnets and stickers to the crowd and pulling chickens and a beehive as a way to show that we hope to support local farmers in our cooperatively-owned grocery market!

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