We report a concept of thermoelectric devices, cooperative spin caloritronics device (CSCD), where cooperation between two or more energy channels such as spin, charge and heat currents can significantly enhance energy efficiency of spin caloritronic devices. We derive the figure of merit and the maximum efficiency due to cooperative effect in analytic forms for a CSCD. Cooperative effects significantly improve the figure of merit and the maximum efficiency in spin caloritronic systems with multiple couplings effects. Several examples of CSCDs, including electrical and thermal current induced DW motion, spin-thermoelectric power generator and spin-thermoelectric cooling/heating, are studied to illustrate the usefulness of the cooperative effect. We compare the efficiency of CSCD with several recently proposed spin caloritronic devices. Our scheme provides a novel route to seek high performance materials and structures for future spin caloritronic devices.