We are so appreciative of every piece of support we receive.
Donations enable us to continue to provide this essential service to all Australian pharmacists.
The Pharmacists’ Support Service is a charity and has been granted deductible gift recipient status (DGR) and taxation concessions by the ATO. We welcome donations from the broader pharmacy profession.
Our main expenses are volunteer training, telephone expenses, staff (part-time), insurance and administration. As the service is provided by volunteers we have minimal infrastructure.
PSS has expanded from its Victorian base to all states and territories of Australia and is now a truly national service which provides support to pharmacists and pharmacy students and interns throughout Australia. PSS now requires adequate ongoing funding from the profession to support the continuing work of the service.
If you would like to support us, you can donate by clicking the button below. Our donors enable us to continue to provide this service, and every donation is much appreciated.
We work on a belief system that we can help each other out in times of need. If you would like to volunteer or learn more about what is involved, please contact us here today.
Our volunteers provide an essential service for pharmacists in need. Every volunteer is a pharmacist who receives training in the crisis model of telephone counselling to support their colleagues. Training and support for volunteers is provided by psychologists.
Individual donors have also provided great support for us over the years.
Many individual pharmacists have also contributed tax deductible donations to support the work of PSS. This is a further example of pharmacists supporting pharmacists and we thank them for supporting their professional colleagues in this way.
Donations are preferably made through www.givenow.com.au. Please click on the button below to donate:
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