Having been chosen as their nominated charity for the virtual event in May, the Clinical Pharmacy Congress is getting behind the charity once again and have chosen Pharmacist Support as their nominated charity for the in-person event in September.
As part of this year’s event, the team at CloserStill Media are supporting our much-needed fundraising drive. They’re encouraging individuals to make a one-off £1 donation to the charity through the online booking form or donate to the charity by simply texting CPC2021 to 70191 to donate £10. All your donations help us to continue our vital support services and be there for pharmacists such as Joseph during crises points.
Speaking of the continued partnership, Danielle Hunt, Pharmacist Support’s Chief Executive, says:
“We’re very happy to be continuing this partnership with the Clinical Pharmacy Congress. Whilst the charity has worked harder than ever to provide support to the pharmacy profession during the pandemic, most of our usual fundraising activities have not gone ahead. We, like many charities across the world right now, are having to find new ways to deliver our support to ensure that the people who need us are not cut off from help when they need it most.
These past 18 months have been especially challenging for our pharmacy family and our support is needed now more than ever. Should you be in a position to donate, we thank you in advance for your support at this crucial time.”
We will also be attending the event and very much look forward to catching up with our pharmacy family at our:
- Keynote presentation on ‘Life after Covid: Why wellbeing needs to be central to our transition’
- Wellbeing workshop about ‘The science behind wellbeing’ and
- Exhibitor stand.
Group Event Director for CPC, Laura Shapiro, said of the continued partnership:
“We are delighted to be working with Pharmacist Support for this year’s CPC and have them on board as our nominated charity. Supporting pharmacy professionals and their families is a matter close to our heart and we are proud to be working with a charity that achieves exactly that, especially as we return to face to face meetings and education to help support the mental health of the profession.”