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As a healthcare company, we are always conscious about the wellbeing of others, particularly those less fortunate than ourselves. We have been partnering with amazing charities to help give back based on your continued support to Church Pharmacy. Please see the information below to learn more about the inspiring projects we are involved with.
Love may not be a drug but it is as powerful as any medicine.
Dr Ian Cross
Medecins Sans Frontieres
COVID-19: In these truly challenging times that we are faced with, we are taking responsibility in donating as much as we possibly can to those that are in need, including our local communities. Please visit back soon for further updates.

Dear Friends and Customers,

Many of you are our customers for aesthetic products. And many, many of you have also downed tools in your aesthetic clinics to pick up the honourable hours within the NHS to fight the invisible enemy that is COVID-19.

It’s a privilege to know you and we watch with admiration as you do amazing things in tragic and difficult circumstances. We want to do more to help.

The last week has seen our company pivot in to a distributor of infection management, PPE and general pharmaceutical medicines privately and through our NHS contract.

The team are also taking responsibility of donating and giving away as much as we possibly can and also looking to help our local communities in this challenging economic environment. You will see more updates about this on this page.

We aren’t perfect, but the ethos of the company is the same - listen to our customers, get them what they need as quickly as possible, do the right thing and go over and above when it comes to service. We are here for you and we are here to serve you.

If, where you are working, is an essential service that is lacking in appropriate PPE, or you have family members or colleagues that are under protected, please get in touch, we will do our best to help in whatever way we can.

All of us at Church Pharmacy salute you.

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Church Pharmacy donated face masks to MET police.
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Thank you!
Thanks to your support during 2019 we can continue to support amazing charities and projects that help changes lives all over the country.
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As we close this year, as always, we would like to give something back. We have therefore, chosen to donate £3000 this month to The Cleft Lip and Palate Association (CLAPA) through our Church Pharmacy Cares programme.
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It’s Christmas Jumper Day!
The amazing Church Pharmacy team take part in Christmas Jumper Day in support of Save the Children UK.
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Church Pharmacy donated £1,000 towards BACA's Safe Home campaign.
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Church Pharmacy sponsors Jean Beard from the Cosmetic Skin clinic who undertook a unique hiking challenge to raise money for Child Bereavement UK.
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Church Pharmacy joins Leicester Charity Link’s Gold Business Supporter club.
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Church Pharmacy donated £3,000 to Mesothelioma UK.
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Church Pharmacy supports a special program that allowed vulnerable children to have a full Christmas theatre experience.
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Church Pharmacy has donated £10,000 to health point foundation.
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Church Pharmacy donated £2,500 to Leicester charity link.
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Church Pharmacy donates £1000 to Diabetes UK.
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On 27th January, as a part of Poverty Action week, our Project Manager Anna took part in the charity sleep out organised by Charity Link.
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Mind - 2018
Church Pharmacy has donated £200 to support Mind.
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Our wonderful dispenser Jerry, is raising funds to support his sister who has been diagnosed with rapidly progressive illness and desperately needs a kidney transplant.
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We are supporting Action Homeless’ ambitious aim to make 100 new beds by 2018.
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Church Pharmacy is supporting Rainbows by volunteering and by participating in fund raising activities.
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The kind donation of £1,500 from Church Pharmacy will support local people in need, including people affected by mental health issues, disability and chronic illness...
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Church Pharmacy came to visit Janice Clayton, mum of our dear team member Josh, at Loros hospice.
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A.S.T.i - 2017
Church Pharmacy donated £700 to ASTi, UK registered charity whose sole purpose is to end acid violence at a global level.
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Church Pharmacy donates £1,500 to Cancer research UK, in the name of Janice Clayton.
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Peter Le Marchant trust is a wonderful local charity that offers holidays and day trips on special disability adapted boats to provide everyone with a unique experience of...
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Emma Powell of Church Pharmacy raised an incredible £1,500 for Macmillan Cancer Support.
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Church Pharmacy are supporting Children in Need.
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Church Pharmacy is supporting Overseal in their aim to provide a quality of life which enables residents to retain independence, identity and a sense of value.
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The Sorrel Youth Cafe is a unique facility that provides a safe place for young people in Mount Sorrel and surrounding villages.
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Their mission is to prevent homelessness and provide basic necessities to sustain vulnerably housed people across the city and county.
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Notice:
The donations we make may be via Friends Foundation which is a registered charity working on a non-profit basis and part of the Church Pharmacy group of companies. We always give 100% of the donation amount to the mentioned charity.
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