“The Council will invest an additional $2.1 million to expand the Council’s successful Worker Cooperative Business Development Initiative and create 22 new worker cooperatives.”
Many thanks to all of our coalition partners––and especially to the Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies––for making this possible. And a broader thanks to all of the petition signers, call-in day volunteers, and rally attendees.
Finally, we are deeply thankful to our City Council and Mayor for their continued support of worker cooperative business development.
See City Council’s press release: