After the year we’ve had, there’s never been a more important time to support your community, and there are so many ways you can do it with Co-op!
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Over 4,500 local causes are to receive their share of £15 million, thanks to Co-op Members choosing Co-op. Rebecca shares how you can join in this year’s Payout celebrations, online.
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Because of Co-op Members, Co-op supports communities across the UK. Richard shares an update on Gilfach Goch Community Association and its current project, which arose as a direct result of the pandemic.
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Find out how the money you’ve helped raise this summer, will help foodbanks, volunteer centres, food delivery services and outreach services for those at risk of isolation.
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Because of Co-op Members, Co-op supports communities across the UK. Kome shares an update on African Community School and its current project.
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Rebecca Birkbeck, Director of Community, Co-op shares insights from our latest independent study on what big issues you most care about following the coronavirus pandemic and how being a Co-op Member means you’re part of the solution.
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From today, Co-op Membership is changing. Chief Membership Officer, Matt shares more about how membership offers a helping hand to you and to your community.
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Co-op Members have raised a staggering £500k by donating the 5% reward they receive when they buy selected Co-op products and services to a Co-op Members’ Coronavirus Fund. Here’s how it will help local communities.
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This Isle of Wight-based local cause is helping to improve women’s lives one step at a time. We found out how they’re doing it.
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A quick history lesson about how our Co-op began saw Co-op member Amanda Hood win £175 for both her and her community. She explains why she chose to support Headway.
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