As part of Loneliness Awareness Week, Co-op Foundation Communications Manager Andy Mortimer chats to Kirstie Edwards, from Youth Cymru, about how her organisation has been helping young people get through lockdown.
Lois McClure tells us about our partnership with parkrun and how you can be a part of it.
They play a pivotal role at the heart of our communities. Funeral Arranger Cheryle Waters tells us what’s involved in the role.
Russell Gill, Head of Co-operative and Local Engagement, tells us about a new role in our communities.
Jim Cooke, Head of the Co-op Foundation, announces that more than £1.6m has been awarded to projects tackling youth loneliness in England plus £440,000 to support work in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
It’s the last issue of the magazine for 2018 and it’s full of festive cheer. Editor Hester Lonergan shares what’s made it so special.
Community Manager Tessa Wiley fills us in on how we’re bringing people together with our delicious festive food as part of this year’s take on the Doorstep Challenge.
It’s Ryan Smith’s job to make sure colleagues are safe and supported in store, including before and after they experience crime.