Success Stories

Through cooperative economic development, CooperationWorks! helps communities create jobs, save family farms, keep schools full and increase prosperity. Co-ops keep income in the community, building wealth, creating jobs and reinvigorating economies.

CooperationWorks! centers have helped develop over 1000 new businesses in rural communities, owned and controlled by their 47,160 members, and have created or saved nearly 15,000 jobs. Investment in these cooperative businesses exceeds $900 million.

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Services Offered
  • All
  • Business Planning
  • Co-op Model Transition
  • Financial
  • Fundraising
  • Governance
  • Grant Writing
  • Legal
  • Marketing
  • Operations
  • Start-Up
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  • Mid-Atlantic
  • Midwest
  • Northeast
  • Northwest
  • South
  • West
CW Member Provider
  • Agricultural Utilization Research Institute
  • Alaska Cooperative Development Center
  • California Center for Cooperative Development
  • Carolina Common Enterprise
  • CDS Consulting Co-op
  • CoBank
  • CooperationWorks!
  • Cooperative Development Institute
  • Cooperative Development Services
  • Democracy at Work Institute
  • Democracy Collaborative
  • Food Co-op Initiative
  • Fund 4 Democratic Communities
  • Illinois Cooperative Development Center
  • Indiana Cooperative Development Center
  • Kentucky Center for Agriculture and Rural Development
  • Keystone Development Center
  • Lake County Community Development Corporation
  • Latino Economic Development Center
  • Mississippi Association of Cooperatives
  • Montana Cooperative Development Center
  • National Cooperative Bank
  • North American Students of Cooperation Development Services
  • North Dakota Association of Rural Electirc Cooperatives
  • Northwest Agriculture Business Center
  • Northwest Cooperative Development Center
  • Rocky Mountain Farmers Union
  • Shared Capital Cooperative
  • South Dakota Value Added Agricultural Center
  • Texas Rural Cooperative Center
  • The Kohala Center
  • University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives