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Together we send parcels of joy.

This year we are celebrating 2 x Christmas. Make an online parcel, it's quick and easy. Or send in a post-parcel of essential supplies.

Last year a mother came with her two children. She started to cry when she realized she wouldn't need to worry about what she could give them to eat at the end of the month.

Chantal Stähli, Red Cross Aargau, 2017

The Red Cross food aid programme enables me to have a hot meal every day during the winter.

Vera Banaga, 90, Moldova, 2018

Online parcels are especially welcome. They enable us to give vulnerable people the things they really need most. They avoid the long journey by lorry across Europe and the customs formalities. You can donate parcels all year round.


The 22nd 2 x Christmas campaign will run from 24 December 2018 to 11 January 2019.


Over 50,000 parcels donated!

The 21st campaign enabled us to collect 48,300 parcels, including 1,700 virtual parcels for a total value of CHF 210,000, and 600 coop@home parcels. Thank you so much for your solidarity!

Behind the scenes

Behind the scenes

Wabern, 4 January 2018. The ex-Federal Councillor and his wife, Friedrun Sabine Burkhalter, lent volunteers a hand to sort the donated foodstuffs. Many celebrities play an active role in 2 x Christmas.

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Behind the scenes

Hundreds of volunteers open the parcels, sort the contents and prepare the foodstuffs for distribution.

The idea of sharing gift parcels with others has something fascinating about it. There is real pleasure in giving to others.

Joos Sutter, CEO, Coop


More than 66,000 parcels and CHF 200,000 were donated in the 2016/2017 campaign.

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The «2 x Christmas» campaign was launched over 20 years ago. So that the over-abundance of the festive season could be shared with the most vulnerable.

The aim is to give something back to society.

Nubya, a singer from Basel

Your donations are helping people in need. Donate by contributing with an online parcel or packing a post-parcel with needed goods.