Heads up COCo Members! Our AGM is coming up March 31st!

Join us for a fun-filled AGM!

At last year’s AGM, we celebrated our 15th anniversary. This year, we’re celebrating….YOU!

We’d like to shine the spotlight on our loyal and diverse member organizations this year, which is why this year’s AGM theme revolves around membership engagement and the different ways in which we can connect better with and between members.

Let us know if you are interested in this by clicking here to register on-line.



Whether you’re a COCo member or simply interested in hearing about what we’ve been up to this past year, you’re welcome to join us for an evening of great conversations, fantastic company and great food!

Every year, COCo supports hundreds of community groups across Quebec. COCO’s AGM is your opportunity to meet each other and to play a role in guiding our work.

Be part of the COCo community! Confirm your presence at our AGM!

Date: Tuesday March 31st, 2015

Time: 5:30 – 9:00pm

Location: The MAI Café, 3680 Jeanne-Mance, ground floor, Montreal

Location is wheelchair-accessible.

Available upon advance request: free on-site childcare, whisper translation towards French, ASL translation.

Click here to register on-line or contact parkerm@coco-net.org to find out more.

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/453239221490218/



2015 AGM Agenda

Download (DOC, 78KB)

2014 AGM Minutes

Download (PDF, 1.68MB)

2015 Board Nominee Statements

Download (PDF, 69KB)


COCo Board recruitment!

We’re looking for Board members! The COCo Board is a hands-on group that supports all levels of the organization’s work – from finances, governance, funding development, human resources, movement-building, strategic alliances and membership engagement.

The Board actively explores and experiments how best to integrate into a non-hierarchical group structure. Board members are individuals who are: inspired by COCo’s mission, have about 6-12 hours per month to contribute, actively connected to the community sectors and committed to social justice and anti-oppression principles.

COCo welcomes nominations from individuals within traditionally-disadvantaged groups.

If your interest is piqued and you’d like to know more, contact Parker at parkerm@coco-net.org or 514.849.5599. Nominations are due by March 8th 2014, so get in touch soon!