South London Special League

Registered Charity Number 1124629

The Co-op Local Community Fund

The latest round of Co-op Local Community Fund is now open, which means that our members can choose to give 1% of what they spend on Co-op branded products and services to your cause.

Your cause will be supported by our Co-op Food stores and funeral homes. Co-op colleagues in your community will be in touch in May to let you know how to raise your profile in store.

Keeping track of funds raised

If you’re a Co-op Member, you can keep an eye on the funds being raised for your cause by signing into your Co-op Membership account.

We’ve kickstarted your fundraising with a share of the money from the 5p carrier bags and the reusable bags that we’ve sold in your community.

Spreading the news

We want you to get as much as possible from the Co-op Local Community Fund, so to get you off to a great start we’ll send out press releases to local newspapers in your area.

There are lots of things you can do to tell as many people as possible that you’re taking part in our fund. To help we’ve created a promotional guide full of:

  • hints and tips
  • advice to help you use Facebook and Twitter
  • downloadable posters, leaflets and digital banners

The more members that choose your cause the more money you’ll get. Together we can make great things happen in your community!

If you’ve got any questions just send us an email and we’ll do our best to help.

We’ll be in touch again soon.

Thanks and good luck.

Co-op Community Team

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