CFL'S COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM: DOWNLOAD OUR CO-OP GUIDE
Center for Family Life (CFL) is a nationally recognized leader in development of worker-owned cooperatives in immigrant, low-income communities. CFL launched the Cooperative Development Program (CDP) in 2006 with a group of domestic workers seeking safe and non-exploitative work. Since then, we have continued this approach of community collaboration in our work to drive systemic change through innovation, model building and leadership development.
We are extremely excited to launch and share these Cooperative Startup Guides - tools that we have put together based on our experience, to support coops and cooperative developers in doing what it takes to launch the business.
We appreciate you taking the time to share a little about yourself and how you will be using these guides. Once you complete this form you will receive an email with the Startup Guides. Happy Cooperating!
Organization(s) or Affiliation(s)
Zip Code ( If not in the United States use 11111)
What is your preferred language?
How did you find this guide?
What are you using this for?
I help cooperative(s) start their business
I want to help other people start cooperative businesses
I am a worker owner: I hope to help my cooperative grow and develop systems
I want to start a cooperative as a worker-owner
I want to learn some processes and system development models
Part of a Cooperative
Would you like to receive updates from the CFL Cooperative Development Program?
These responses help us understand how our Startup Guides are being used. Onward to building a cooperative economy!
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