More than $600,000 raised for Priceline Sisterhood Foundation

Priceline Pharmacy has announced that it has raised more than $600,000 for the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation, whose aim, according to GM Priceline Pharmacy Andrew Vidler, is “to raise funds and awareness for women and their families by supporting a range of charities close to people’s hearts”.

“I’m extremely proud of the work done by team members and customers around the country to raise so much money for such worthy Australian causes,” says Mr Vidler in statement released by Priceline Pharmacy.

Reportedly, over a two-month period, Priceline customers generously rounded up their instore transactions with the 470-plus stores around the country also holding fundraisers to raise funds to support charity partners:

  • Dementia Australia
  • Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia (PANDA)
  • Raise Foundation
  • Look Good Feel Better.

“I am also pleased to announce that the Priceline Sisterhood Foundation is also welcoming a fifth charity partner into its stable: Motherless Daughters Australia. This organisation helps girls and women who have lost their mothers,” adds Mr Vidler.

“The Sisterhood Foundation Board believes Motherless Daughters is not only the perfect fit for the Sisterhood Foundation, but also for the wider API and Priceline communities.”

In a standout effort, Priceline Pharmacy Riverlink in Ipswich Queensland, owned by Pharmacist and Franchise Partner Phuong Nguyen – together with Retail Manager Karen Hopper and the store team – raised more than $18,000 for the Sisterhood Foundation.

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