The Madison Community Cooperative (MCC) is a nonprofit housing cooperative governed by its 200 member-residents who collectively manage our 12 cooperative houses in Madison’s downtown and near-east side. Their mission is to improve the Madison community by providing low-cost, not-for-profit cooperative housing for very low- to moderate-income people and to be inclusive of underrepresented and marginalized groups of the community. They have made a commitment to work for social and housing justice.
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The BSC is proud to announce its 4th annual Cooperative Development Grant! The Berkeley Student Cooperative’s $10,000 Co-op Development Fund is for cooperatively-run business projects only. Only one project/program will be awarded the fund. Preference will be given to projects that serve students or underserved members of low-income communities within the San Francisco Bay Area.
How can you promote affordable, community-oriented cooperatives and support the next generation of cooperative leaders? Donate to NASCO! We depend on a broad community of people who see cooperatives as a critical part of our future to support our efforts to educate and organize cooperatives and their thousands of dedicated members. NASCO provides free and low-cost training and consulting for youth-led cooperatives that are creating the leaders of tomorrow. But we can't do it with out you. Join us in cooperation!