NCBA CLUSA Current Members



Abundance Coop Market
62 Marshall Street
Rochester NY 14607

Accesso dba. DGE Fed Credit Union
Reeves Center 2000 14th St., NW
Washington DC 20009

Affinity Plus Federal Credit Union
175 W Lafayette Frontage Rd
Saint Paul MN 55107

Agland Co-op, Inc.
1013 Front Ave SW
New Philadelphia OH 44663

Agricultural Cooperative Council of Oregon
6745 SW Hampton Street
Portland OR 97223

AgStar Financial Services, ACA
14800 Galaxie Avenue
Apple Valley MN 55124

Alberta Co-op Grocery
1500 NE Alberta Street
Portland OR 97211

Alternatives Federal Credit Union
25 North Fulton St.
Ithaca NY 14850

Amalgamated Housing Corporation
98 Van Cortlandt Pk So
Bronx NY 10463

American Association of Credit Union Leagues
601 Pennyslvania Ave NW South Building
Washington DC 20004

4571 Broadway Street
Boulder CO 80304

Arrowwood Hills Housing Cooperative
2566 Arrowwood Trial
Ann Arbor MI 48105

Ashland Food Cooperative
237 N. First Street
Ashland OR 97520

Associated Construction Distrbtrs. Intl, Inc.
1605 SE Delaware Ave Suite B
Ankeny IA 50021

Association of Missouri Electric Co-ops
PO Box 1645
Jefferson City MO 65102

Association of Vermont Credit Unions
401 Water Tower Circle
Colchester VT 5446

Austin Cooperative Business Association
5011 Finley Drive
Austin TX 78731


Basin Electric Power Cooperative
1717 East Interstate Avenue
Bismarck ND 58503

Beall, Michael
1401 New York Avenue NW
Washington DC 20005

Belfast Cooperative, Inc.
123 High Street
Belfast ME 4915

Bellingham Community Food Co-op
1220 N Forest St
Bellingham WA 98225

Belvoir Federal Credit Union
14040 Central Loop
Woodbridge VA 22193

Berkeley Student Cooperative
2424 Ridge Road
Berkeley CA 94709

Berkshire Co-op Market
42 Bridge Street
Great Barrington MA 01230

3220 East Third St
Bloomington IN 47401

BLUE HAWK Distribution Cooperative
835 W Warner Road
Gilbert AZ 85233

Blue Ridge Electric Membership Corporation
PO Box 112
Lenoir NC 28645

Bluff Country Co-op
121 West Second Street
Winona MN 55987

Boeing Employees Credit Union
PO Box 97050
Seattle WA 98124

Boise Consumer Co-op
888 W Fort Street
Boise ID 83702

Brattleboro Food Cooperative, Inc.
Co-Op Plaza
Brattleboro VT 5301

BreadHive Cooperative Bakery
123 Baynes Street
Buffalo NY 14213

BriarPatch Co-op Natural Foods
290 Sierra College Drive
Grass Valley CA 95945
(530) 272-5333

Butler Electric Cooperative Assoc.
216 S. Vine
Eldorado KS 67042


California Center for Cooperative Development
979 F Street Ste. A-1
Davis CA 95616

Capital Impact Partners
2011 Crystal Drive
Arlington VA 22202
(703) 647-2300

CARE Pharmacies Cooperative, Inc.
939 Elkridge Landing Rd
Linthicum Height MD 21090

Carolinas Credit Union League
323 West Jones Street
Raleigh NC 27603

CCA Global Partners
607 N Commercial Street
Manchester NH 03101

CDS Consulting Co-op
659 Old Codding Road
Putney VT 5346

Central City Credit Union
P. O. Box 790
Marshfield, WI 54467

Central Co-op
1600 East Madison
Seattle WA 98122

Chico Natural Foods
818 Main Street
Chico CA 95928

Choice Partners Cooperative
c/o Harris County Department of Education
Houston TX 77022

5500 Cenex Drive
Inver Grove Heights MN 55077
(800) 232-3639

Cincinnati Central Credit Union
1717 Western Ave
Cincinnati OH 45214

City Center Market
122 N. Buchanan Street
Cambridge MN 55008

CliftonLarsonAllen LLP
8215 Greenway Blvd
Middleton WI 53562

Co-op Natural Foods
410 W. 18th Street
Sioux Falls SD 57104
605 339-9506

Co-Opportunity Consumers Cooperative
1525 Broadway
Santa Monica CA 90404

CoBank, ACB
5500 So. Quebec Street
Englewood CO 80111

50 Walnut Ave
Andover MA 1810

Common Ground Food Co-op
300 S Broadway Avenue
Urbana IL 61801

Communications Cooperative International
1401 New York Ave
Washington DC 20005

Community Food Co-op
908 West Main Street
Bozeman MT 59715

Company Shops Market, Inc.
268 East Front Street
Burlington NC 27215

Concord Food Co-op
24 South Main Street
Concord NH 3301

Consumers Cooperative Society of Santa Monica, Inc (Kinecta)
1440 Rosecrans Avenue
Manhattan Beach CA 90266

Cook County Whole Foods Co-op
21 E. First Street
Grand Marais MN 55604

Common Enterprise Development Corporation
Hanover MN 55341

Cooperativa Café Timor
Rua Dr. Barros Gomes No.16
Lecidere, Dili

Cooperative Coffees, Inc.
302 West Lamar Street
Americus GA 31709

Cooperative Council of North Carolina
PO Box 10426
Raleigh NC 27605

Cooperative Credit Union Association, Inc.
845 Donald Lynch Blvd
Marlborough MA 1752

Cooperative Development Institute
1 Holden Street
Attleboro MA 02703

Cooperative Development Services
131 W. Wilson St.
Madison WI 53703

Cooperative Fund of New England
5533 Peden Point Road
Wilmington NC 28409

Cooperative Home Care Associates, Inc.
400 E Fordham Road
Bronx NY 10458
718- 993-7104

Cooperative Network
1 S. Pinckney Street
Madison, WI WI 53703

Coordinating Council of Cooperatives
321 Eighth Avenue
New York NY 10001

Coos Head Food Store
1960 Sherman Avenue
North Bend OR 97459

7927 Jones Branch Dr
McLean VA 22102

Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums
250 West 57th Street
New York NY 10107
(212) 496-7400

Credit Union Association of New York
1021 Watervliet-Shaker Road
Albany NY 12205
(800) 342-9835

Credit Union National Association, Inc.
601 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington DC 20004

CROPP Cooperative
1 Organic Way
LaFarge WI 54639

CSI Support and Development Co-op
8425 E. Twelve Mile Road
Warren MI 48093
(586) 753-9002

6000 28th Street SE
Grand Rapids MI 49546

CUNA Mutual Group
5910 Mineral Point Rd.
Madison, WI WI 53705


Daily Groceries Cooperative
523 Prince Ave.
Athens GA 30601

Davis Food Co-op
620 G Street
Davis CA 95616

Deep Roots Cooperative
600 N. Eugene Street
Greensboro NC 27401
(336) 292-9216

Dill Pickle Food Co-op
3039 West Fullerton
Chicago IL 60647
773-252-COOP (2667)

Directions Credit Union
5121 Whiteford Road
Sylvania OH 43560

Dorsey & Whitney LLP
50 South Sixth Street
Minneapolis MN 55402

Durango Natural Foods Co-op
575 E. 8th Avenue
Durango CO 81301
(970) 247-8129


E&I Cooperative Purchasing
2 Jericho Plaza
Jericho NY 11753

East End Food Co-op, Inc.
7516 Meade Street
Pittsburgh PA 15208

East River Electric Power Cooperative,Inc
PO Box 227
Madison SD 57042

Eastside Food Cooperative
2551 Central Avenue NE
Minneapolis MN 55418

ECR Software
277 Howard Street
Boone NC 28607

Energy Cooperative of America, Inc.
1408 Sweet Home Road
Amherst NY 14228
(716) 580-3506

Equal Exchange
50 United Drive
West Bridgewater MA 2379

Ever'man Natural Foods Cooperative, Inc
315 W. Garden Street
Pensacola FL 32502
(850) 438-0402

Evergreen Marketing Group
3552 Garden Brook Drive
Farmers Branch TX 75234


Fairbanks Community Cooperative Market
PO Box 72637
Fairbanks AK 99707

FairTrade America
1101 15th Street, NW 3rd Floor
Washington DC 20005

Federation of New York Housing Cooperatives
61-20 Grand Central Parkway
Forest Hills NY 11375
(718) 760-7540

Federation of Southern Cooperatives
2769 Church Steet
East Point GA 30344
404 765 0991

Fenestra Purchasing Cooperative
208 – 140 Fullarton Street
London ON N6A 5P2

Fiddleheads Natural Foods Cooperative
13 Broad Street
New London CT 6320
(860) 701-9123

First Alternative Natural Foods Co-op
1007 SE 3rd Street
Corvallis OR 97333

First Class American Credit Union
2595 Polaris Drive
Fort Worth TX 76137
(817) 834-9777

First Education Federal Credit Union
120 W Carlson
Cheyenne WY 82009

Flatbush Food Cooperative
1415 Cortelyou Road
Brooklyn NY 11226

Food Co-op Initiative
14314 Featherstone Trl.
Savage MN 55378

Food Shed Co-op
PO Box 1663
Woodstock IL 60098

Fourth Estate Public Benefit Corp.
261 NE 1st Street, 5th Floor
Miami FL 33132

Franklin Community Co-op
144 Main Street
Greenfield MA 01301

Friendly City Food Cooperative, Inc.
150 E. Wolfe St.
Harrisonburg VA 22802

Frontier Natural Products Co-op
3021 78th St.
Norway IA 52318

Fund for Democratic Communities
620 South Elm Street
Greensboro NC 27406

Furniture First Cooperative
6041 Linglestown Rd
Harrisburg PA 17112


Georgia Credit Union League & Affiliates
6705 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth GA 30097

Glen Oaks Cooperative
1351 Stamford Blvd
Ypsilanti MI 48198

Good Foods Co-op, Inc.
455-D Southland Drive
Lexington KY 40503

Grain Train Natural Foods Cooperative, The
220 East Mitchell Street
Petoskey MI 49770
(231) 347-2381

Grand Canyon State Electric Cooperative Assn.
2210 South Priest Drive
Tempe AZ 85282

Great Basin Community Food Co-op
240 Court Street
Reno NV 89501

GreenStar Cooperative Market Inc.
701 W. Buffalo Street
Ithaca NY 14850

Greentree Cooperative
214 N. Franklin
Mt. Pleasant MI 48858

Guadalupe Credit Union
3601 Mimbres Lane
Santa Fe NM 87507


102 W. State Street
Ithaca NY 14850

Hanover Consumer Cooperative Society,Inc.
45 South Park Street
Hanover NH 03755

HD America/aka HDA Truck Pride
608 Lambert Pointe Drive
Hazelwood MO 63042

8170 33rd Avenue South
Bloomington MN 55425

Hendersonville Community Co-op
715 S. Grove Street
Hendersonville NC 28792

HESCO (Highland Exchange Service Coop)
5916 Waverly Road
Waverly FL 33877
(863) 439-3661

Hill County Electric Cooperative
2121 US HWY 2
Havre MT 59501

Honest Weight Food Cooperative, Inc.
100 Watervliet Avenue
Albany NY 12206
518- 482-2667

Hoosier Energy Rural Electric Cooperative
PO Box 908
Bloomington IN 47402

93 Commercial Street
Brooklyn NY 11222

Hunger Mountain Food Co-op
623 Stone Cutters Way
Montpelier VT 05602


Idaho Cooperative Council, Inc.
55 SW 5th Avenue
Meridian ID 83642

IDCO Co-op, Inc.
428 Del Prado Boulevard
Cape Coral FL 33909

IDI Independent Distributors, Inc.
6581 Kitimat Road, Unit #12
ON L5N 3T5
(905) 858-0988

Illinois Credit Union League
PO Box 3107
Naperville IL 60566

IMARK Group, Inc.
4201Northview Drive
Bowie MD 20716

Independent Boat Builders (IBBI)
215 N Logan Street
West Frankfort IL 62896
(618) 435-4476

Independent Distributors Cooperative-USA
933 Western Drive
Indianapolis IN 46241

Independent Natural Food Retailers Cooperative
2727 26th Avenue South
Minneapolis MN 55406

Independent Pharmacy Cooperative
1550 Columbus Street
Sun Prairie WI 53590
(800) 755-1531

Independent Stationers, Inc
250 East 96th Street
Indianapolis IN 46240

Independent Welding Distributor Cooperative
6331 East 30th Street
Indianapolis IN 46219

Indiana Cooperative Development Center
225 South East Street
Indianapolis IN 46202

Indiana Credit Union League
5975 Castle Creek Parkway North
Indianapolis IN 46250

Indiana Statewide Association of Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc.
720 N. High School Road
Indianapolis IN 46214

Inilex, Inc.
4908 East McDowell Road
Phoenix AZ 85008

Inter-Cooperative Council, Univ. of Michigan
337 East William
Ann Arbor MI 48104

Iowa Association of Electric Co-ops
8525 Douglas Street
Des Moines IA 50322

Iowa Credit Union League
PO Box 10409
Des Moines IA 50306

Iowa Institute for Cooperatives
2515 University Blvd
Ames IA 50010


Johnstone Supply, Inc.
11632 NE Ainsworth Circle
Portland OR 97220
(503) 256-3663

Just Food
516 Water Street S
Northfield MN 55057


Kalamazoo Collective Housing
2101 Wilbur Avenue
Kalamazoo MI 49006

Kalamazoo People's Food Coop
507 Harrison Street
Kalamazoo MI 49007

Kansas Credit Union Association
2544 N Maize Court
Wichita KS 67205

Kentucky Association of Electric Cooperatives, Inc.
PO Box 32170
Louisville KY 40232
(502) 451-2430

Kentucky Center for Agriculture & Rural Development
411 Ring Road
Elizabethtown KY 42701
(270) 763-8258

Keweenaw Cooperative, Inc.
1035 Ethel Avenue
Hancock MI 49930

Keystone Development Center
200 Trinity Road
York PA 17408

Keystone Federal Credit Union
1052 Andrew Dr
West Chester PA 19380
484- 356-0400

Kingsville Community Federal Credit Union
605 E Caesar Avenue
Kingsville TX 78363

Kokua Market
2643 S. King Street
Honolulu HI 96826


Lake County Community Development
407 Main Street SW
Ronan MT 59864

League of Southeastern Credit Unions
3692 Coolidge Court
Tallahassee FL 32311

Lexington Cooperative Market
807 Elmwood Avenue
Buffalo NY 14222

Life Grocery Cooperative
1453 Roswell Road
Marietta GA 30062

Liga de Cooperativas de Puerto Rico
PO Box 360707
San Juan PR 936
(787) 764-2727

Local Government Federal Credit Union
323 West Jones Rd
Raleigh NC 27603

Los Alamos Cooperative
95 Entrada Drive
Los Alamos NM 87544
(505) 695-1579


Maine Credit Union League
PO Box 1236
Portland ME 4104
(207) 773-5671

Malawi Union of Saving and Cooperatives
PO Box 651

Maple City Market
314 S. Main Street
Goshen IN 46526

Marathon Charity Cooperation
611 South Ivy Street
Arlington VA 22204

Marquette Food Co-op, Inc.
109 W. Baraga Avenue
Marquette Township MI 49855

Maryland & DC Credit Union Association
8975 Guilford Road
Columbia MD 21046

Medford Food Co-op
945 S. Riverside Avenue
Medford OR 97501

Menomonie Market Natural Foods Co-op
521 2nd Street East
Menomonie WI 54751
(715) 235-6533

Michigan Electric Cooperative Association
2859 Jolly Road
Okemos MI 48864

Minnesota Credit Union Network
555 Wasbasha Street North
St. Paul MN 55102
(651) 288-5170

Mississippi Credit Union Assocation
1400 Lakeover Road
Jackson MS 39213

Mississippi Market Cooperative, Inc.
622 Selby Avenue
St. Paul MN 55104

Montana Cooperative Development Center
PO Box 3027
Great Falls MT 59403

Montana Credit Union Network
101 North Rodney
Helena MT 59601

Montana Electric Cooperatives' Association
PO Box 1306
Great Falls MT 59403

MOON Cooperative Services, Inc.
512 S Locust Street
Oxford OH 45056

Moscow Food Co-op
PO Box 9485
Moscow ID 83843

Mountain West Credit Union Association
1009 Grant St
Denver CO 80203

MSU Student Housing Cooperative, Inc.
541 East Grand Street
East Lansing MI 48823
(517) 355-8313

Mutual Redevelopment Houses, Inc.
321 8th Avenue
New York NY 10001


NASCO Main Office
330 S. Wells Street
Suite 618-F IL 60606

NASCO Properties, Inc.
PO Box 180048
Chicago IL 48103
(773) 404-2667

National Association of Federal Credit Unions
3138 N. 10th Street
Arlington VA 22201
(800) 336-4644

National Association of Housing Cooperatives
1444 Eye Street NW
Washington DC 20005
(202) 737-0797

National Association Supply Cooperatives
2031 Reiser Avenue SE
New Philadelphia OH 44663

National Co+op Grocers
14 Linn St
Iowa City IA 52240
(866) 709-COOP

National Cooperative Bank
2011 Crystal Drive
Arlington VA 22202

National Farmers Union
20 F Street NW
Washington DC 20001
(202) 554-1600

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association
4301 Wilson Blvd
Arlington VA 22203

National Rural Telecommunications Cooperative
2121 Cooperative Way
Herndon VA 20171

National Rural Utilities Cooperative Finance Corporation
20701 Cooperative Way
Dulles VA 20166

National Society of Accountants for Cooperatives
136 South Keowee Street
Dayton OH 45402

Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company
One Nationwide Plaza
Columbus OH 43215

Natural Harvest Food Co-op
505 N. 3rd St
Virginia MN 55792

Nebraska Cooperative Development Center
103 Miller Hall
Lincoln NE 68583

Nebraska Credit Union League
PO Box 45526
Omaha NE 68145

Neighborhood Co-op
2910 Wing Hill Road
Cobden IL 62920

Neighboring Food Co-op Association
PO Box 93
Shelburne Falls MA 01370

6043 Hudson Road
Woodbury MN 55125
(651) 788-7810

New Leaf Market
1235 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee FL 32301

New Pioneer
22 South Linn Street
Iowa City IA 52240

Newark Community Cooperative, Inc
281 E. Main Street
Newark DE 19711

North American Steel Alliance, Inc
30448 Rancho Viejo Road
San Juan Capistrano CA 92675

North American Students of Cooperation
820 W 180th St #52
New York NY 10033

North Carolina Electric Membership Corp
PO Box 27306
Raleigh NC 27611

North Carolina State Employees' Credit Union
PO Box 27665
Raleigh NC 27611
(888) 732-8562

North Dakota Association of RECs
PO Box 727
Mandan ND 58554
800 234-0518

Northcountry Cooperative Development Fund
2600 E Franklin Avenue #2
Minneapolis MN 55406

Northeast Cooperative Council
437 Warren Hall
Ithaca NY 14853

Northeast Family Federal Credit Union
PO Box 180
Manchester CT 06045

Northwest Cooperative Development Center
P.O. Box 256
Olympia WA 98507

Northwest Credit Union Association
18000 International Blvd
Seatac WA 98188


1889 F Street NW
Washington DC 20006

Oberlin Student Cooperative Association
M.P.O. Box 118
Oberlin OH 44074
440- 775-8108

Ocean Beach People's Co-op
4765 Voltaire Street
San Diego CA

Olympia Food Coop
3111 Pacific Avenue SE
Olympia WA 98501

Oneota Community Co-op
312 West Water Street
Decorah IA 52101

Onion River Cooperative - City Market
82 S. Winooski Ave.
Burlington VT 5401

Oryana Food Co-op
260 E 10th
Traverse City MI 49684

Outpost Natural Foods Cooperative
205 W. Highland Avenue
Milwaukee WI 53203
(414) 431-3377

Ozark Natural Foods
1554 North College Avenue
Fayetteville AR 72703


PachaMama Coffee Cooperative
PO Box 1882
Sacramento CA 95812

Parent Cooperative Preschools International
PO Box 230327
Tigard OR 97281

Park Slope Food Co-op, Inc.
782 Union Street
Brooklyn NY 11215

3469 Summit Boulevard
West Palm Beach FL 33406

PCC Natural Markets
4201 Roosevelt Way N.E
Seattle WA 98105

Pennsylvania Credit Union Association
4309 N. Front Street
Harrisburg PA 17110

People's Food Co-op
3029 SE 21st Avenue
Portland OR 97202

People's Food Co-op-WI
315 Fifth Avenue South
La Crosse WI 54601

People's Memorial Association
1801 12th Ave
Seattle WA 98122
(206) 529-3800

Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance
515 Westview St.
Philadelphia PA 19119

Phillips Law Offices LLC
C/o McClure & Eggleston, LLC
Denver CO 80202

Plumas-Sierra Rural Electric Cooperative
73233 HWY 70
Portola CA 96122
(530) 832-4261

PrimeraTurf, Inc.
2065 Lamberton Road
Cleveland OH 44118

Principle Six (P6) Cooperative Trade Movement
2823 E. Franklin Ave
Minneapolis MN 55406

Putney Consumers Cooperative
8 Carol Brown Way
Putney VT 05346


Quincy Natural Foods, Inc.
269 Main Street
Quincy CA 95971


Restaurant Supply Chain Solutions
950 Breckenridge Lane
Louisville KY 40207

River Market Community Cooperative
221 Main Street N
Stillwater MN 55082
(651) 439-0366

River Valley Market
330 North King Street
Northampton MA 01060

Roanoke Natural Foods Co-op
1319 Grandin Road
Roanoke VA 24015
(540) 343-5652

7 Wall Street
Concord NH 3301
(603) 856-0246

Rocky Mountain Farmers Union Cooperative Development Ctr
7900 E. Union Ave
Denver CO 80237
(303) 752-5800


Sacramento Natural Foods Co-op Inc
1900 Alhambra Blvd
Sacramento CA 95816

Safety Marketing Group
16228 Flight Path Dr.
Brooksville FL

SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union
P.O. Box 11547
Santa Ana CA 92711

Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union
PO Box 780
Seattle WA 98111

Seward Community Co-op, Inc.
2601 E. Franklin Avenue Ste 200
Minneapolis MN 55406

Shreveport Federal Credit Union
P. O. Box 3261
Shreveport LA 71133

Signal Financial Federal Credit Union
3015 University Blvd. W.
Kensington MD 20895

Simply Voting
6228 Saint-Jacques St. W.
Montreal QC H4B 1T6
800- 585-9694

Skagit Valley Food Cooperative
202 So. 1st Street
Mt. Vernon WA 98273

Slate Quarry
200 Turnbridge Trail
Simpsonville SC 29680

Sno-Isle Natural Foods Co-op
2804 Grand Avenue
Everett WA 98201
(425) 259-3798

South Mountain Company, Inc.
15 Red Arrow Road
West Tisbury MA 2575

Southside Electric Cooperative
2000 W. Virginia Avenue
Crewe VA 23930

SPC Premium Seafood Brands
2875 Roeder Ave
Bellingham WA 98225

Sphere 1, Inc.
16441 Scientific Way
Irvine CA 92618

Spiral Natural Foods Co-op Inc.
1250 S. Frontage Road
Hastings MN 55033

St. Mary's University - Co-operative Management Education
923 Robie Street
Halifax NS B3H 3C3
1 (902) 420-5400

St. Peter Food Coop
228 E. Mulberry Street
St. Peter MN 56082

StarNet Commercial Flooring, Inc
20 Homestead Road
Darien CT 6820

Strengthening Local Independent Co-ops Everywhere (SLICE)
1922 16th Ave S
Seattle WA 98144

Summit Credit Union
PO Box 8046
Madison 53590

Swarthmore Cooperative
341 Dartmouth Avenue
Swarthmore PA 19081

Syracuse Real Food Cooperative
618 Kensington Road
Syracuse NY 13210
(315) 472-1385


Taylor Electric Cooperative, Inc.
226 County Road 287 Building A
Merkel TX 79536

Texas Electric Cooperatives
1122 Colorado Street
Austin TX 78701
(512) 454-0311

Thanexus, Inc.
PO Box L
Manasquan NJ 8736

The Capital Group
405 Science Drive
Madison WI 53711

The Common Market
5728 Buckeystown Pike
Frederick MD 21704

The Cooperative Foundation
Middleton WI 53562

The Credit Union League of Connecticut
1064 E. Main Street
Meridian CT 6450

The Democracy Collaborative
6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite 415
Takoma Park MD 20912

The Distribution Group
P.O. Box 150130
Ogden UT 84415

The Food Co-op
414 Kearney St.
Port Townsend WA 98368

The HomeCare Foundation
841 Andrew Run
Canyon Lake TX 78133

The Karis Group
5113 Southwest Parkway Ste 175
Austin TX 78735

The Kohala Center
P.O. Box 437462
Kamuela HI 96743

The Old Creamery
445 Berkshire Trail
Cummington MA 01026

Three Rivers Food Co-op
1612 Sherman Blvd.
Fort Wayne IN 46808

Three Rivers Market, Knoxville's Community
1100 N. Central Street
Knoxville TN 37917

Twin Pines Cooperative Foundation
216 F Street
Davis CA 95616

Twinstar Credit Union
PO BOX 718
(360) 357-9911


U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives
1904 Franklin St.
Oakland CA 94612

U.S. Overseas Cooperative Development Council
1250 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington DC 20036

UMassFive College FCU
200 West Gate Center Drive
Hadley MA 1035

Unified Grocers, Inc.
5200 Sheila Street
Commerce CA 90040

Union Cab of Madison
PO Box 8305
Madison WI 53708

United Nations FCU
Court Square Place
Long Island City NY 11101

University of Wisconsin - Center for Cooperatives
427 Lorch Street
Madison WI 53706

Upper Valley Food Cooperative
193 North Main Street
White River Junction VT 05001

Urban Homesteading Assistance Board (UHAB)
120 Wall Street
New York NY 10005

USA Cooperative Youth Council
PO Box 7224
Minneapolis MN 55407

USC Credit Union
3601 Trousdale Pkwy
Los Angeles 90089


VA, MD & DE Association of Electric Co-ops
4201 Dominion Blvd
Glen Allen VA 23060

Valley Bakers Cooperative Association
PO Box 437
Greenville WI 54942

Valley Natural Foods
13750 County Road 11
Burnsville MN 55337

Vine to Wine Coop


Virginia Cooperative Council
PO Box 25202
Richmond VA 23260

Virginia Credit Union League
PO Box 11469
Lynchburg VA 24506

Viroqua Food Cooperative
609 North Main Street
Viroqua WI 54665


Warrenstreet Architects
27 Warren Street
Concord NH 3301
(603) 225-0640

Washington School Information Processing Cooperative (WSIPC)
2121 W. Casino Road
Everett WA 98204

Washington State Council of Farmer Co-ops
625 Delphi Road NW
Olympia WA 98502

Wedge Community Co-op
2105 Lyndale Avenue South
Minneapolis MN 55405

Wegner CPAs
2110 Luann Lane
Madison WI 53713

Wegner, LLP
2110 Luann Lane
Madison WI 53713


West Central Cooperative
406 First Street
Ralston IA 51459

West Virginia Credit Union League
411 Cedar Grove Road
Parkersburg WV 26104

Wheatsfield Cooperative
413 Northwestern Avenue
Ames IA 50010

Wheatsville Food Cooperative
3101 Guadalupe
Austin TX 78705

Whole Foods Community Co-op, Inc.
610 East 4th Street
Duluth MN 55805
(218) 728-0884

Whole Foods Cooperative
1341 W 26th Street
Erie PA 16508

Wild Oats Co-op, Inc.
320 Main Street
Williamstown MA 1267

Williamson Street Grocery Cooperative
1457 E. Washington Ave
Madison WI 53703

Willimantic Food Coop
91 Valley Street
Willimantic CT 6226

Wisconsin Credit Union League
1 E. Main Street, Suite 101
Madison, WI WI 53703

Wood County Electric Cooperative, Inc.
501 S. Main Street
Quitman TX 75783

Woodstone Credit Union
PO Box 27030
Federal Way WA 980934030
(253) 925-6800

Wright Patt CU Inc
3560 Pentagon Blvd.
Beavercreek OH 45431


203 Yoakum Pkwy
Alexandria VA 22304


YME Coaching and Consulting
8 Gusty Court
Madison WI 53593

Ypsilanti Food Co-op
312 North River Road
Ypsilanti MI 48198
(734) 483-1520


For nearly 100 years, NCBA CLUSA has encouraged communities to live cooperatively, harnessing the uncommon power of common purpose. NCBA CLUSA applies cooperative principles in development, advocacy, and education.

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  Pat Brownell Sterner, Chief Operating Officer Click Here To Email Pat 202-638-6222   Thomas Bowen,  Director of Membership Click Here to Email Thomas Bowen 202.383.5461                           The National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA (NCBA CLUSA) represents a cross-sector co-op community of more than 40,000 businesses that control over $3 trillion in assets.  We unite co-ops by promoting the cooperative business model, driving cross-sector collaboration, and being the national ‘voice’ for cooperatives to raise the profile of co-ops everywhere. Our work is grounded in our three-part mission:
 To raise the profile of cooperatives
 To promote and protect the cooperative business enterprise model To drive cross-sector collaboration among cooperatives in keeping with Principle 6 of the Cooperative Principles       We believe in collaboration, and in bringing value to the many efforts already underway through our cooperative development partners and intermediaries that are doing the necessary ‘boots on the ground’ cooperative development work. In our role as facilitator, convener, and financing partner, we assist our partners in their work with strengthening the structure, reach and financial sustainability of existing cooperatives, as well as efforts to establish new cooperatives.  We are collaborating with Cooperation Works! and Cooperative Development Centers across the country to develop more diverse – and sustainable – funding for their important work. We are responding to local and regional nationwide that are interested in establishing Cooperative Business Associations, with the intent of creating local cooperative ‘chambers of commerce’ to drive the financial success of cooperatives in these associations, raise the profile of cooperatives in their communities, and foster cross-collaboration among cooperatives. Using the power of cooperative development work and our collective cooperative voice, NCBA CLUSA advocates on Capitol Hill on behalf of cooperatives, fighting to maintain or increase government funding for cooperative programs and securing access to legislation that protects the cooperative business enterprise model. Throughout the United States, NCBA CLUSA is working with cooperatives and cooperative development organizations to embed cooperatives in their local and regional economies. With our partners NCBA CLUSA supports cooperative development, funds cooperative education, and promotes the need for research to continually strengthen the case for cooperatives in our economy.   OUR FOCUS NCBA CLUSA takes very seriously its role as CONVENER of cooperatives and cooperators across the country. ADVOCACY NCBA CLUSA is also working hard to amplify the voice of cooperatives at the national level, specifically through increased advocacy work on behalf of cooperatives sectors.  For example, NCBA CLUSA sent letters to members of the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means Committees pressing for tax reform to retain the tax exemption for credit unions. Likewise, through the efforts of NCBA CLUSA and partners, a significant shift in the government’s fiscal year 2014 spending bill has made provision for $5.8 million for the Rural Cooperative Development Grant (RCDG) and an additional $3 million for the Small Socially-Disadvantaged Producer Grant (SSDPG). Moving forward, we plan to establish a congressional Cooperative Caucus as a forum to brief legislators on cooperatives and cooperative sectors. CO-OP TALKS Another significant focus for NCBA CLUSA is boosting our presence with members through a series of Co-op Talks.  These meetings will be excellent opportunities for us to listen to our members, recruit new members, and learn more about what cooperatives need in communities across America.  Current list of venues include: Denver, Colorado Madison, Wisconsin   CONFERENCES NCBA CLUSA hosts and/or supports several conferences throughout the year: Consumer Cooperative Management Association (CCMA):  June 12-14 in Madison, Wisconsin Co-op Week (in partnership with the National Cooperative Bank and the Cooperative Development Foundation):  May 5-9 in Washington, D.C. Purchasing Cooperative Conference and the NCBA CLUSA Annual Meeting:  September 8 – 11 in St. Paul, Minnesota   COOPERATIVE BUSINESS ASSOCIATIONS (CBA'S) We are working with several groups throughout the country that are organizing to establish CBAs.  To support these efforts NCBA CLUSA is providing financial support, human resources and business planning to launch what can be thought of as local “co-op chambers of commerce”, with missions to promote the co-op business model, grow the bottom-line of cooperatives in local communities, and engage more consumers as co-op members.  We are focused on four locations: Austin, Texas  (Austin Cooperative Business Association) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Philadelphia Area Cooperative Association) Upstate New York Western Massachusetts (Valley Cooperative Business Association   COOPERATIVE BUSINESS SERVICES We are committed to raising the profile of cooperatives as economic drivers in our communities.  To that end we will be providing services such as internal and external “cooperative assessments” for members interested in (internally) better integrating the cooperative principles into their business plans and operations, and (externally) leveraging cross-sector relationships to promote their businesses to a broader base of consumers.  We will be utilizing the Blueprint for the Cooperative Decade in this work with our members, with a projected outcome of better identifying and communicating the economic power of cooperatives in given communities.   COOPERATIVE BUSINESS ROUNDTABLE In 2014 we will be establishing the Cooperative Business Roundtable, which will be a convening of CEOs from our larger members.  We have recognized the opportunity to bring CEOs together to network with each other about the opportunities and challenges for cooperatives in today’s economy as well as those they face in their own cooperatives.  Plans are being made to launch the inaugural session of the Roundtable during Co-op Week in Washington, D.C. (May 5 – 9, 2014).     OUR PARTNERSHIP WITH CooperationWorks AND THE COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT CENTERS CooperationWorks! Is the center for excellence for cooperative business development. They are a dynamic and innovative national cooperative created to grow the cooperative model across the United States. Cooperative development centers work to revitalize communities through effective cooperative enterprise development. The centers provide a broad spectrum of expertise and technical assistance, including feasibility studies, market analysis, business plan development, governance training, and educational programs. NCBA CLUSA works closely with both CooperationWorks! and the centers to provide support and resources to aid in their very critical work. NCBA CLUSA understands that it is imperative to grow and sustain financial support so that CooperationWorks! and the centers may foster cooperative economic development. To that end, NCBA CLUSA is co-hosting with CooperationWorks! a summit to engage the cooperative development centers on a national level that will bring forth strategies that will diversify and grow funding. PARTNERSHIP WITH FREELANCERS UNION NCBA CLUSA first began working Freelancers Union in 2010 while assisting organizations across the United States that were applying for funding to develop the new national health care CO-OPs. NCBA CLUSA first provided expertise to Freelancers Union regarding board governance and board development for the application and later played a role in board training for Freelancers Union. Since that time, a close and productive relationship has grown between the two organizations. Sara Horowitz, Found and Executive Director of Freelancers Union, recently wrote; “Cooperatives are deeply knit in the American fabric. In 1752, founding father (and volunteer firefighter) Ben Franklin started the nation's first mutual fire insurance company, Philadelphia Contributionship, which still operates today. In his book For All The People, historian and woodworker John Curl highlights the amazing diversity of cooperative businesses that popped up in the 1800s -- mining coops, shoemaking coops, knitting coops. Basically anything workers could unite to own, they did. We are beginning to see the rise of that mutualistic ethos once again. Many of these efforts directly mirror the late 1800s mutual support model -- but this time with the internet helping bring what had once been local models to national scale.” Freelancers Union has a mission of promoting the interests of independent workers through advocacy, education, and services. NCBA CLUSA is working with the Freelancers Union to provide certain training, education and support services to assist the Freelancers Union in fulfilling their research of cooperatives, member educational programming, project management, board education, business model transition, and public relations objectives, and services for which cooperation may be mutually beneficial. REGIONAL FARMERS MARKET/USDA RCDG GRANT NCBA CLUSA’s 2012 USDA Rural Cooperative Development Grant is dedicated to supporting the establishment of a Regional Farmer’s Market located in the Mississippi Delta, in partnership and through the leadership of Shreveport Federal Credit Union and the Federation of Southern Cooperatives. The establishment of food hubs that address food deserts is a particular area of expertise for NCBA CLUSA through our international work, and we are applying that expertise to our rural cooperative development partnerships. The work is also supported by previous project work related to wealth creation and development of value chains, especially as relate to cross-sector cooperative business opportunities. The initial work around the establishment of a regional farmers’ market located in Marks, Mississippi has been led by the Shreveport Federal Credit Union, which located a branch in Marks in 2006. Joining with the Federation of Southern Cooperatives, the primary cooperative development expert in the rural south, Shreveport FCU has worked with local community leaders to further explore opportunities for community engagement and is currently building out the concept for the market, setting in motion plans to launch the market by the end of 2013. The idea for the Delta Regional Market (a name under consideration) came about through multiple meetings with community members, mayors of several towns, and farmers in which they addressed the challenges which have caused this region to be so economically deprived. The Market will be a food hub for the entire community providing reasonably priced, fresh, locally-grown foods; creating jobs for some and for others an entertainment and a gathering place that is planned to be a major draw for customers within a 50-mile radius.  On-street parking provides plenty of space for customers, and the building is located near local businesses to encourage foot traffic to nearby merchants. The Market will also be a showcase for the community’s cultural roots. In addition to being a Food Hub with sales of fresh farm products, the Market will also house a small Museum called “The Muletrain Museum and Gift Store”, a Kidz Zone, and a small Food Court. “Sunday Go to Meeting at the Market” will highlight the deep spiritual roots of the people of the Delta, and provide the opportunity for area churches from diverse communities to bring their choirs and congregations to the market to sing in the food court area on Sunday afternoons as an additional way to attract consumers to the Market. Another central feature of the Market will be the participation of the North Delta Produce Growers Association, which will use part of the Market’s building to expand their commercial enterprise which currently sells purple hull peas to Walmart. Expansion of their operations will increase the distribution opportunities for their participating farmers, and open the door for other farmer cooperatives to join. Leadership and partnership must go hand in hand for the success of this project. Shreveport Federal Credit Union is stepping up with some of the financing for the building; the Federation of Southern Cooperatives is providing the hands-on expertise in agricultural as well as small cooperative business development. Thanks to funding from the USDA Rural Cooperative Development Grant, NCBA CLUSA is providing expertise in business planning, project design and financing to support the launch and sustainability of the project. We believe the Delta Regional Market can become an important pilot for other communities to follow, and we will work with our partners to document and evaluate every step of this important project. Links to partners: Shreveport Federal Credit Union Federation of Southern Cooperatives North Delta Produce Growers Association USDA

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Succession Planning for Co-op Members Join us for a Webinar on June 26 Space is limited. Reserve your Webinar seat now at: What will happen to your business when its leadership is ready to retire? During NCBA CLUSA’s June 26 webinar, presenter Gary Pittsford, CFP, president and CEO of Castle Wealth Advisors, will discuss key factors you need to consider in planning for the future of your coop, including: • Issues affecting family members • Transition options • Retirement income security • Tax impacts and options • Business and estate plans Get the answers to your burning questions about the succession planning process and begin to assemble an advisory team who can help you make smart decisions for your organization.   Title: Succession Planning for Co-op Members Date: Thursday, June 26, 2014 Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT   After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.   System Requirements PC-based attendees Required: Windows® 8, 7, Vista, XP or 2003 Server Mac®-based attendees Required: Mac OS® X 10.6 or newer Mobile attendees Required: iPhone®, iPad®, Android™ phone or Android tablet       Future NCBA CLUSA Webinar Topics Promoting Cooperation with Financial Cooperatives Learn how financial cooperatives are engaging in cross-sector collaboration by doing business with other cooperative sectors. Cooperative education in colleges and universitiesWhile the cooperative business model is distinct from other business models, our current options for pursuing relevant cooperative management education is limited. Join this webinar to learn about the existing programs, along with work being done to improve management education for the cooperative sector. Cooperative GovernanceWebinar will explore key issues in cooperative governance, and how cooperative governance is different than governance of other organizational models.   NCBA CLUSA’s webinars continue to be a popular source of information on issues impacting the cooperative community. Whether it is marketing and branding your co-op, understanding the legal and governmental framework of cooperatives or learning how co-ops are using technology to be innovative, NCBA CLUSA’s webinars provide useful and timely information to leverage opportunities for growing and improving your cooperative. Webinar Archive Miss a webinar? Visit NCBA CLUSA's archive to view presentations on-demand We'd Love Your Input! Do you have an idea for a webinar topic? Please send your suggestions to:info@ncba.coop



  Thursday, 01 August 2013 10:38 In a July letter to the Senate Finance Committee, Senator Mark Begich (D-AK) stated he supports credit unions and their tax exemption status. Outside of the Washington beltway, regular folks may not be aware that Congress is working to overhaul the existing tax structure. For the last few years, Congressional tax committees have been considering comprehensive tax reform, and they now plan to draft and pass a bill later in the year. The current process in the Senate is called the “blank slate” approach. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus (D-MT) and Ranking Member Orrin Hatch (R-UT) have asked senators to submit letters advising the committee which tax exemptions they support that should be included in the committee’s approach to comprehensive tax reform. Along with his requests to keep housing and energy tax provisions, Senator Begich also included the credit union tax exemption in his July 26 letter to the Senate Finance Committee. In his letter, Senator Begich stated, “Alaska is far removed from traditional financial centers and that credit unions play an outsized role in the state’s economy. That is why Section 501(c)(14), which grants tax exempt status to credit unions, should be retained in any tax reform effort, to ensure continued access to affordable credit for consumers, homebuyers and small businesses alike, all of which contribute substantially to economic growth.” At the Finance Committee’s request, the letter writing exercise has been kept confidential, but Senator Begich, along with a few other senators have made their requests public. It is not clear how senators are participating in the “blank slate” process, or how the House of Representatives will proceed with their tax reform approach. NCBA CLUSA has coordinated its efforts with the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) and the National Association of Federal Credit Unions (NAFCU) to support the credit union tax exemption and will continue to work with its association partners as the tax reform process moves ahead in Congress.  


Call to Action: Tell Your Members of Congress to Support Cooperative Development Funding!

Cooperative Development Centers Need Your Support! During the Congressional appropriations process, vital funding for the USDA Rural Cooperative Development Grant (RCDG) program was impacted dramatically, and the cooperative community needs to do everything we can NOW to restore it to sufficient levels. The House of Representatives Agriculture Appropriations bill for fiscal year 2014 eliminates RCDG funding that is critical to the development of cooperatives in rural America. The Senate provides $8.8 million in their funding bill for the program. Without sufficient funding for the RCDG program, cooperative development centers providing hands-on assistance will be unable to operate, and the only existing program in the federal government dedicated to cooperative development would be hindered significantly or possibly eliminated. As an NCBA CLUSA member and supporter, you have an opportunity to help! Attached are two letters, one specifically drafted for the House of Representatives and the other for the Senate. Please send the appropriate letter of support to your Representative or Senators and let them know this vital program needs to be saved. If you would like to share the success of your advocacy efforts on this issue or have any questions, please contact NCBA CLUSA’s Vice President of Advocacy, R.L. Condra at 202.383.5480 or rcondra@ncba.coop. Sincerely, Michael Beall President and Chief Executive Officer   Download House of Representatives Letter » Find Your Representative Download Senate Letter » Find Your Senator

Call to Action: Tell Your Members of Congress to Support Cooperative Development Funding!

Legislative Update: Cooperative Development Bill Introduced in the House of Representatives

  Legislative Update Cooperative Development Bill Introduced in the House of RepresentativesLegislation Focuses on Job Creation by Promoting Cooperative Development  (WASHINGTON, DC) – The National Cooperative Business Association (NCBA CLUSA) is excited to announce the introduction of legislation that will spur job creation and development of cooperatives. The legislation H.R. 2437 titled, “Creating Jobs Through Cooperatives Act of 2013” was introduced by Congressman Chaka Fattah (D-PA) on June 20 in the House of Representatives. “Co-ops bring communities tighter by encouraging residents to pool their skills and resources,” said Fattah. “They empower people to make decisions that will create opportunities that grow their communities and provide an added sense of belonging. This legislation brings federal resources and a policy priority to that effort.” The legislation would create a national program within the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to provide capital, training and other resources to foster member owned businesses. The bill introduced will strengthen communities, promote self-help, and generate jobs by awarding grants to nonprofit organizations, colleges and universities that help grow or create cooperatives. Also, when establishing cooperatives, communities will be provided with guidance, best practices, and technical assistance. Furthermore, the legislation will create a revolving loan fund, providing seed capital to groups forming cooperatives and funding to train providers in technical issues, supporting existing professional development for organizations engaged in cooperative development. “On behalf of the 29,000 cooperatives throughout the country, we thank Congressman Fattah for his support and leadership,” said Michael Beall, president of NCBA CLUSA. “This legislation is a giant step in providing more communities around the country with the financial backing to grow businesses that share their same values.” Cooperatives already play a significant role in the U.S. economy operating in all 50 states and across all sectors. They are owned and operated by the people who utilize the goods or services provided by the co-op and they operate for the benefit of its members. Cooperatives are a part of many industries including energy, telecommunications, food distribution, insurance, credit unions, agriculture, health, housing, and wholesale and retail purchasing and distribution. There are 29,000 U.S. cooperatives that account for more than $3 trillion in assets, totalling over $500 billion in revenue, $25 billion in wages and benefits, and providing nearly two million jobs. If you would like to receive the text of the bill, or would like to learn how you could have your Member of Congress support the legislation, please contact R.L. Condra, NCBA CLUSA Vice President of Advocacy, at  or 202.383.5480. The National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International (NCBA CLUSA) is the apex association for cooperative businesses in the United States and an international development organization. NCBA CLUSA provides cross-sector education, support, and advocacy that helps co-ops thrive. For nearly 100 years NCBA CLUSA has sought to advance and protect cooperative enterprises, highlighting the impact that cooperatives in bettering the lives of individuals and families. In the last 60 years, NCBA CLUSA has grown its international development portfolio to over $34 million of active programs in 14 countries.

Legislative Update: Cooperative Development Bill Introduced in the House of Representatives

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NCBA CLUSA is the nation’s oldest and largest national membership association representing cooperatives of all types and in all industries. We are democratically organized and operate according to internationally recognized cooperative principles. NCBA CLUSA’s mission is to develop, advance and protect cooperative businesses and to demonstrate the power of the cooperative business model to achieve economic and social impacts. As the apex organization representing the interests of the US cooperative community, NCBA CLUSA provides a strong, unified voice on Capitol Hill. The Association’s portfolio includes programs and services that meet the shared advocacy, education and communications needs of a cross-sector, US cooperative community. In addition to its work domestically, NCBA CLUSA’s international program has been engaged in cooperative and sustainable business development in over 100 countries for close to 60 years.


NCBA CLUSA is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer with a commitment to diversity.  All individuals, regardless of personal characteristics, are encouraged to apply; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, gender identity, marital status, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, age, and legally protected characteristics for non-merit factors. NCBA CLUSA is committed to providing reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities in all facets of employment, including the employment application and selection process. If you have a disability that affects your ability to use our online system to apply for a position at NCBA CLUSA, please send an email to Misti French or call 202-383-5465.



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Judy Ziewacz

Judy Ziewacz

President and CEO (Interim)
Patricia Brownell Sterner

Patricia Brownell Sterner

Chief Operating Officer, NCBA
Amy Coughenour Betancourt

Amy Coughenour Betancourt

Chief Operating Officer, CLUSA International
Valeria Roach

Valeria Roach

Chief Financial Officer
Lisa Bowman

Lisa Bowman

Chief Administrative Officer, NCBA CLUSA
Larry Thomas

Larry Thomas

Chief Human Resources Officer, NCBA CLUSA

The National Cooperative Business Association CLUSA International (NCBA CLUSA) is the oldest and largest national cross sector association for cooperatives, professionals servicing co-ops, and supporters.