Celebrate Co-op Fortnight with your local co-operative.
We’ve only just reached the halfway mark for 2020, but the last six months has brought more than its fair share of challenges and changes for us all.
Never has co-operation been more important than now.
Through working together, we are all making a real difference to our communities. Whether it’s looking out for our vulnerable neighbours, helping by shopping for others, supporting our essential workers or volunteering to help keep our islands safe. When we unite together we can create change together.
This year’s Co-operative Fortnight (22 June – 5 July) is all about positive change. It calls for us all to build something better together. And as seen during the coronavirus pandemic, it is often the smaller acts of kindness that shine the brightest.
Let’s build something better together
We’ve rounded up some of our most inspirational stories of co-operation from this year so far.
So whether you buy local to help our island producers keep their businesses running, or donate a few essentials to keep the foodbanks open, let’s all #KeepCooperating and working towards building something better together.
We celebrated our 100th birthday by planting 100 trees and hedgerow whips.
Guernsey welfare Service #Guernseytogether
It is thanks to our members choosing their local Co-op that we are able to make these fantastic donations - making a real difference to our community.
Join us to say thank you to our colleagues
The Ron Short Centre home delivery service
If you’ve ordered from our essential home delivery service, you may have spotted one of these friendly faces from a distance delivering your food.
Aurigny staff working with our Grand Marché colleagues
Colomberie and Grouville colleagues dancing
Help tackle loneliness in our communities and be there to support one another.