Local stores lending us a helping hand this winter
If you’re local to the Together Trust, keep reading. This winter, we are collaborating with multiple stores who are supporting us in many wonderful ways.
Whether you’re a Tesco fan, keen on Lidl, a Co-op member, or love to treat yourself to a John Lewis trip – there's something for everyone. Keep reading to discover how you can shop while giving back this holiday season.
Together Trust has been chosen to be part of the Co-op Local Community Fund for a whole year. Until 19 October 2024, Co-op members will be able to choose our charity as the beneficiary of their donations. Every time members buy selected Co-op branded products and services, the store gives us a helping hand.
The money raised through the Co-op Local Community Fund will go towards our Fostering service. Many of the children in our care have never had a proper family trip, somewhere to relax, unwind and make happy memories – something we all take for granted. With your help, we can make their dream a reality.
How can you help? If you are a Co-Op member, go to your account and select us as your charity of choice.
We’ve been selected as one of Tesco's blue token voting programmes in stores.
If you do your grocery shopping in Tesco and love books, why not check if Together Trust is one of your local causes?
How can you help? You can vote for us in the following stores: Cheadle, Gatley, Heaton Moor, Hazel Grove, Cheadle Hulme, Heald Green, Cheadle Heath and Stockport!
It looks like Father Christmas nominated our charity for the Neighbourly Festive Toy Donation Scheme at the Lidl store in Cheadle!
Until mid-December, donation boxes will be available in-store to collect toys. We kindly encourage everyone to donate toys and help make a difference in the lives of those in need.
How can you help? Head to the Lidl store in Cheadle, include a toy in your regular shop, and drop it in the boxes at the entrance.
John Lewis in Cheadle, a long-time supporter of the Together Trust, has invited us once again to bring some Christmas cheer to their stores.
Head over to the store on 8 December to say hello. Students from Inscape House School will be joining our fundraising elves to raise money, dance and carol to spread some positivity in our local community!
How can you help? Come cheer on our young musicians, leave a donation in our buckets, or just come along to enjoy some classic carols.