Our Chief Executive Jo Whitfield explains how Co-op has been tackling food poverty and the ongoing support we’re delivering.
As society changes, a little co-operation from our members and customers can make a big difference. Read how we're helping the local community and how you can become a local hero too.
Get tickets to Music Feeds Festival
If you’re missing live music and want to do some good for the community then join us for an exclusive two-day virtual festival, Music Feeds. Over 40 artists will be playing in your living room including Sam Smith, Liam Gallagher and Blossoms. Music Feeds takes place on 28th and 29th January 2021, with a single £15 ticket giving access to both nights.
Proceeds go to FareShare to help fight food poverty, as well as Help Musicians and Stagehands, causes that care for musicians and live production workers during times of crisis. Book now and get ready for some brilliant lockdown entertainment.
Supporting the local community
Our online community platform co-operate, connects you to local and national organisations who need and can offer support during these uncertain times.
We’ve made it easier for those staying at home to pay for and get their essentials delivered with our Community Shopping Scheme. If you’ve been instructed by the Government to stay home, you can purchase or top up our Community Shopping Card by calling 0800 029 4592. Friends, family or volunteers can use this to do your shopping in store.
Stay active and creative
During the chilly weather, why not try a few dishes that offer the warm and comforting flavours we all enjoy this time of year?
Start the year with less stress. Our simple planner lets you relax, reduce waste and make meals everyone loves.