To deliver on the promise of service and value.
Our Values: The Seven Cooperative Principles
Originally drawn up by Charles Howarth, one of 28 weavers and other artisans who founded the Rochdale Society of Equitable Pioneers in Rochdale, England, on December 21, 1844, these principles governing cooperative operations were introduced into the United States in 1874 by the National Grange, and formally written down by the International Cooperative Alliance in 1937 (last updated in 1995).
1. OPEN AND VOLUNTARY MEMBERSHIP
3. MEMBERS’ ECONOMIC PARTICIPATION
5. EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND INFORMATION
7. CONCERN FOR COMMUNITY
2. DEMOCRATIC MEMBER CONTROL
4. AUTONOMY AND INDEPENDENCE
6. COOPERATION AMONG COOPERATIVES
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