The Central Co-operative Fund

The Central Co-operative Fund is a public fund made up of contributions made by co-operative societies. Every co-operative Society contributes 5% of the surplus resulting from its activities, operations, investments, and any other sources at the end of each accounting period.

The Fund is used to further co-operative education, training, research, and for the general development of the co-operative movement in Malta and for other purposes as may be stipulated in CCF regulations.

The Central Co-operative Fund (CCF) is governed by Subsidiary Legislation 442.03 – Central Co-operative Fund Regulations.