What is the ROC Association?
The ROC Association is a community-leader led movement. Membership is free and automatic to all of the more than 280 communities that are (or have been) supported by a ROC USA Network affiliate.
ROCs elect community leaders to represent their region on the ROC USA Board of Directors, helping ensure ROCs and ROC leaders are involved in the governance of ROC USA as a non-profit social venture. One ROC Association Director is elected from each of three regions and serves a three-year term.
ROC Association Directors call on Congress to make the infrastructure in Resident Owned Communities safe and resilient
ROC Association News
CONCORD, N.H. — Fifteen Resident Owned Communities (ROCs) received the good news over the weekend that their Better Together Grant applications have been approved, totaling $29,800 in funding for projects that will address member engagement, community improvements, and
CONCORD, N.H.—The ROC Association is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for 2022 Better Together Grants from June 20th to July 24th. Applications are due by July 24th, and grant recipients will be notified by August
CONCORD, N.H. – John Egan was recently appointed as Director for the Mountain West region of the ROC Association. John will succeed Lorie Cahill of Green Acres Co-op in Kalispell, Mont., who recently stepped down from the Association
The ROC Association Directors are elected by Resident Owned Communities in their region. Directors serve two-year terms (for a maximum of three terms). In addition to running the ROC Association, the Directors also serve on the ROC USA Board of Directors.
MOUNTAIN WEST REGION
John is Past President at Animas View Cooperative, a 120-home Resident Owned Community in Durango, Colorado.
NEW ENGLAND REGION
Deborah is the Board President at Halifax Estates, a 430-home Resident Owned Community in Halifax, Massachusetts.
EAST, MIDWEST & SOUTH REGION
Marjory is the Board President at Madelia Mobile Village Cooperative, a 67-home Resident Owned Community in Madelia, Minnesota.
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Outreach & Education Committee
ROC Association Outreach & Education Committee members are trained public speakers available to speak to a wide variety of audiences. Please complete the form below to request an O&E speaker.
- ROC Association Benefits: O&E Committee members can present about the ROC Association and its benefits.
- Pre-Purchase Support: O&E Committee members are advocates of resident ownership and can share their experiences to resident groups considering purchase.
- Post-Purchase Support: Does your ROC need guidance with a specific topic, such as recruiting new Board Members or conflict resolution? Request an O&E Committee member to your next meeting for guidance!
- Events: Invite an O&E Committee member to speak at your annual meeting, anniversary party, or any other community celebration!
- Workshops: O&E Committee members have presented at regional conferences and on national cooperative webinars.
Better Together Calls
To request access to the Better Together monthly calls, please complete the form below.
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