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CrowdWork.Coop

CrowdWork DC LCA (CrowdWork.Coop) is a Limited Cooperative Association based in Washington, DC.

We operate as a worker-owned cooperative to provide business support services via platforms and professional services to members, workers, and clients locally, regionally, nationally, and globally.

Sustainable Growth

CrowdWork seeks to enable resilient pathways to growth for small businesses, freelancers, entrepreneurs and underrepresented communities by providing access to world-class business support services, partnerships and contract opportunities.

Grow Alive

Individuals might simultaneously function in CrowdWork as one or more of the following roles:

working group

As a cooperative, CrowdWork offers people and businesses opportunities for community-led growth through

ownership, self-management, revenue generation and skilled labor to support the future of worker-owned economies.

As a member you will enjoy access to:

  • Support with your business operational services and consultations through an internal marketplace
  • Greater abilities generate revenue through collective opportunity sharing, access to markets, contracts, job sharing  and lowered business costs for worker-owners.
  • Leverage network professional growth and development services
  • Access to communities and network of worker members, partners and institutions
  • Access to time-saving and cost-saving technology via our business platform 
  • And more to come..

Frequently Asked Questions

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“A cooperative is a voluntary contractual organization of persons having a mutual ownership interest in providing themselves needed services. It is usually organized as a legal entity to accomplish an economic objective through joint participation of its members. In a cooperative, the investment of time and money risks, benefits gained or losses incurred are shared equitably by its members in proportion to their use of the cooperative services. A cooperative is democratically controlled by its members on the basis of their status as member-users and not as investors in the capital structure of the cooperatives.”

(Savage & Volkin)
http://www.uwcc.wisc.edu/pdf/cir1sec7.p

CrowdWork is in its second year of operation currently implementing bylaws and capital structure to account for rapid growth and accommodation of future member needs. 

Our Implementation Circle is developing a workplan to cover the six-month period April 15 to October 15, 2021. We are currently seeking additional founding organizers who CrowdWork’s mission, vision, and values and can commit to at least 6 months to further develop the enterprise.

What is a Co-op?

“A cooperative is a voluntary contractual organization of persons having a mutual ownership interest in providing themselves needed services. It is usually organized as a legal entity to accomplish an economic objective through joint participation of its members. In a cooperative, the investment of time and money risks, benefits gained or losses incurred are shared equitably by its members in proportion to their use of the cooperative services. A cooperative is democratically controlled by its members on the basis of their status as member-users and not as investors in the capital structure of the cooperatives.”

(Savage & Volkin) http://www.uwcc.wisc.edu/pdf/cir1sec7.p

At CrowdWork, we believe that everyone can make a difference, together.

 
Whether you are local or trans–local, CrowdWork would love to learn more about you and your needs.