The Annual Report of the NASCO Family Boards, FYE 2020.
The Annual Report of the NASCO Family Boards, FYE 2019.
Below, are the recordings for NASCO Institue 2020 sessions by room. Please share lessons learned with your cooperatives and communities.
If you did not register for NASCO Institute and you'd like to support free and low-cost cooperative education, please consider contributing a donation amount that feels appropriate for you and/or your cooperative. Your donation makes it possible to offer cooperative education materials and resources free of charge. DONATE HERE.
This PDF provides a thorough outline of the NASCO Family's response to the COVID-19 pandemic including how we are supporting members, adapting existing programming, and our next steps. This document was created on April 16, 2020.
With roots in the women's movement of the late 1800s, group equity co-ops have continued against the odds for almost 150 years, finding ways to create both affordable housing and community across North America.
Group equity co-ops are solidly rooted in the Chicago area, first rising as a practical solution to the very real needs of nineteenth-century single women. But this self-help approach eventually became an important option for anyone with financial need.
Many Hands: Building a Cooperative Future
Filmed in 2013, this is an inspirational chronical of the cooperative movement in Austin, Texas, and also an organizing tool for anyone searching for a cooperative approach to broader empowerment and stronger community.
Program guide PDF for NASCO Institute 2019 including keynote bio, accessibility statement, schedule, course tracks, course descriptions, speaker bios, and additional resources.
The NASCO Plan for Inclusion will continue to grow the organization’s vision for creating a welcoming environment for all of NASCO’s affiliates.
The Annual Report of the NASCO Family Boards, FYE 2018.
The Annual Report of the NASCO Family Boards, FYE 2016.