Advantage Pharmacy attracts Premier support for Path of Hope


Amanda O, Pharmacist; Mark McGowan, WA Premier; William Caffey, Pharmacy Manager; Rebecca Farquharson, Retail Manager; Stephen Price MLA, Member For Forrestfield
Amanda O, Pharmacist; Mark McGowan, WA Premier; William Caffey, Pharmacy Manager; Rebecca Farquharson, Retail Manager; Stephen Price MLA, Member For Forrestfield

Advantage Pharmacy High Wycombe welcomed a visit from WA Premier Mark McGowan and Stephen Price MP this week as part of their VIP Christmas Day

The day celebrated its one-year anniversary since becoming an Advantage Pharmacy with special promotions and events to loyal customers and a donation drive to the Path of Hope Appeal.

High Wycombe, alongside Advantage Pharmacy Falcon, Morley and Claremont, are all rallying customers to donate gifts to families displaced by domestic violence via the Path of Hope campaign this festive season.

Path Of Hope mobilises the organisational capacity of Rotarians to support the Salvation Army, agencies and services that provide safety and empowerment  to women and their children escaping Family and Domestic Violence.

The pharmacy is just one of many collection points around Perth to support this important Christmas Appeal. The team will be collecting gift donations until Monday 21 December.

Sue Fosbery, Proprietor, Advantage Pharmacy High Wycombe said that it was a privilege to be supporting the Path of Hope Appeal encouraging the donation of items from employees and customers.

“We’re proud that our staff get behind such an important cause and drive donations to families in need, especially at this time of year.

“One gift donated could change someone’s day and we’re honoured to play our small part in making Christmas Day that little bit more special for those most in need in Western Australia.”

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