The Pharmacist Support is back as our nominated charity
CPC will be contributing £1 per every paid-for ticket to the charity. All funds raised will go directly towards supporting our pharmacy family through our vital support services.
Laura Shapiro, Event Director at Clinical Pharmacy Congress says: “The Clinical Pharmacy Show is delighted to be continuing our partnership with Pharmacist Support as our nominated Charity. Mental health and wellbeing is a matter close to our hearts and with the ongoing pandemic more important. Partnering with Pharmacist Support means working with a charity that provides invaluable help and support to all pharmacy professionals. We are grateful for everything they do. We are excited to raise awareness and funds to support Pharmacist Support and share their incredible work within the sector.”
The congress returns to reunite the clinical pharmacy community and offers pharmacy professionals the chance to catch up with your training needs, meet old and new friends, and network with new and leading suppliers in the industry.
Pharmacist Support is an independent, trusted charity providing a wide variety of support services to pharmacists and their families, former pharmacists and pharmacy students. Having established a new five-year strategy, and refreshed vision and mission, focused on championing the wellbeing of our pharmacy family at the start of 2020, the charity is now keen to ensure there is support available, not only to help manage and maintain wellbeing but to better assist those experiencing poor mental health.
“We’re delighted to continue our valuable partnership with Clinical Pharmacy Congress and once again, be the nominated charity at their event in May. Their commitment to supporting the charity is crucial to ensuring individuals and organisations across the profession are aware of Pharmacist Support and the independent support services we offer. We very much value the relationship we have built with CPC over the past few years, and we’re looking forward to building upon our joint work throughout the next 12 months”, says Danielle Hunt, Pharmacist Support Chief Executive
You will find the charity at their stand in the exhibition hall and will be able to ask questions and engage with them during their wellbeing and mental health sessions.
As an independent charity, Pharmacist Support relies on the generosity of pharmacists and pharmacy organisations to be able to continue their work – be that as donors or fundraisers, volunteers or supporters.