The Cooperative Development Foundation (CDF) is a 72-year-old 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation organized under Illinois state statutes with headquarters in Washington, D.C. CDF was created in 1944 by the National Cooperative Business Association (NCBA) and the U.S. cooperative community to help European cooperatives after World War II. In the 1960s its focus changed to domestic cooperative development. The Cooperative Development Foundation promotes community, economic and social development through cooperative enterprise. CDF does this by:a) raising and distributing funds for economic and community development projectsb) building partnerships that create cooperative solutions to today's economic problemsc) raising awareness of the role cooperatives play in the nation's and the world's economiesCDF's resources are used to support cooperative development through direct expenditure and grants and loans to cooperatives, cooperative organizations, and groups forming cooperatives.
Note: Some ratios are only available for organizations completing the detailed IRS Form 990.
Smaller organizations that choose to complete the Form 990-EZ do not report on this variable.
The Foundation's Number of Days of Cash on Hand does not take into account the cash in an operating reserve fund maintained by the Foundation. Expenditures include grants from all Foundation funds and are not indicative of the day-to-day operations of the Foundation.
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