Celebrating Co-opoly and Co-op Month

Taliesin, Andrew, and Dave raffle off the prizes. Last Thursday, October 25, we hosted a fundraising event and party to celebrate Co-opoly and Co-op Month. Nearly 60 people came out to celebrate with us and support the second printing of our board game and we ended up raising more than $1,000 thanks to their generosity![…]

Make Your Money Go Twice as Far

Thanks to a generous anonymous donor, if you give a $100 tax-deductible donation for the second printing of Co-opoly by October 25, your contribution will be matched dollar for dollar. This means your contribution will be doubled–if you give $100, we will receive $200 to ensure Co-opoly continues to be a great resource for the[…]

Come Celebrate Co-opoly with Us!

Photo courtesy F4DC from CoopEcon 2012 As the International Year of Cooperatives comes to a close, we’re hosting a party to celebrate Co-op Month and raise money for the second printing of Co-opoly on Thursday, October 25, from 6 to 9 pm at Food for Thought Books in Amherst. Enjoy refreshments, games, and music, and[…]

Will this be the largest Co-opoly game ever? Find out at Co-operatives United!

Ten thousand cooperators are expected at Co-operatives United, the upcoming conference in Manchester, England, scheduled for the end of this month. The week-long event will mark the close of the United Nations International Year of Co-operatives, and bring even more global attention to the co-op model with over 100 workshops—as well as a fringe festival of[…]

A Week in the Life of TESA

“10 Reasons Co-ops Rock” poster This has been a busy but incredibly exciting week–we’ve been published in Shareable and Truthout, our fundraising campaign is picking up support from all over, and we’ve updated our website (which you probably noticed already). Our article in Shareable lays out our plans for funding, making, and distributing Co-opoly 2.0,[…]