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Analogous to the 'Green Token' system that Waitrose operates to allocate funds to local good causes, the Haddenham Coop operates a similar system.

When you buy selected Co-op products and services from the Co-op, 2p for every £1 spent goes into your Co-op Membership account and the Co-op will give the same to support community organisations and local causes.

Apparently, the Co-op raised £10,726 for last year's local causes: Carers Bucks, Wheel Power, Bridge the Gap

The funding period for the current causes runs until October 2021. You can choose:

Daytop Multicultural Centre
or
Chilterns MS Centre
or
Aylesbury Vineyard Storehouse

Every time you buy Coop products, a donation is made to your chosen cause.

There are three ways for you to choose a local cause — click on the images on this page to view details.

The online link is here:
https://www.coop.co.uk/membership

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