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Co-op stores making a difference to local communities


  • Author: Clanfield Co-op
  • Published: 21st May 2022
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Co-op stores making a difference to local communities

More than £65,000 has been raised by co-operative colleagues and customers in Hampshire. Thousands of pounds will be shared between 62 separate charities and good causes  - including Clanfield Junior School with money raised by Clanfield Co-op store. 

Every year, each of Southern Co-op's local food stores choose a local partner which aims to create greener, safer, healthier or more inclusive neighbourhoods.

Southern Co-op's Love Your Neighbourhood programme also enables charities and local causes to apply for grants of up to £500 to help sow the seeds to a secure, stronger future for everyone. 

Holly Bramble‚Äč, Community Lead at the regional, independent co-operative, said: "Each of these local causes makes a difference in their local community. It is incredibly important to us, our colleagues and our members to make sure we support them in their efforts - whether that is a local school working to be more sustainable, or a charity which cares for people in need.

"So, we'd like to thank every shopper who put their pennies in the collection pots and every colleague who organised a fundraising activity. It's been a tough few years but it is wonderful to see people continuing to support each other where they can."

More than £4,500 was raised at seven stores for Chestnut Tree House - providing care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions in Sussex and South East Hampshire.

The other local causes benefitting from the funding are 1st Alderholt Scout Group, 1st Gosport Scouts, 28th Itchen North Scout Group, Acts of Kindness Community (Solent), Age Concern Cowplain, Alresford Pigs Association, Augusta Park Community Centre, Blossom Development Trust, Brain Tumour Research, Brune Park School, Buckland Community Centre, Clanfield Junior School, Clever Never Goes - Action Against Abduction, Court Lane Infant Community Association, Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation, Eastleigh Basics Bank, Enable Ability, Friends of Lyndhurst Surgery, Friends of Four Marks, Friends of Lanterns, Friends of Limington House, Friends of PICU, Friends of Titchfield School, Gang Warily Scout and Guide HQ, George's Rockstars, Gosport & Fareham Inshore Rescue Service GAFIRS, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance, Hampshire Search and Rescue, Havant and East Hants Mind, Headway Basingstoke, Jane Scarth House - Romsey Cancer Support, League of Friends Romsey Hospital, LifeHouse Food Kitchen for the Homeless, Lions Community Store, Losing my Sight, Marie Curie, Milford-on-Sea C of E Primary School, Motiv8 South, National Coastwatch, Overton Playgroup, Parkside, Pilgrims Cross School, PLANETS Charity, Portsea Event Group, Romsey Young Carers, Rowans Hospice, Society of St James, Southampton Hospital Charity, St Andrews Football Club, St Francis Animal Welfare, Stand Up, The  Peak Centre, The Kings Arms, The Point - Tadley and District Community Association, The Warren Youth Club, Tuppenny Barn, Velmore Community Association, Victoria's Promise, WAMs, and Wave 105 Cash for Kids.

To find out more about local funding and other support available, visit www.neighbourly.com/SouthernCoop/campaigns.


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