In The Community

Hardings Pharmacies care about you, your health and the health of our communities. Our pharmacies are locally-run and our heart is in the communities we serve – that’s because we’re locals too!

We know the value of a close-knit community and we want our workplace to reflect that ethos. To that end, Hardings Pharmacies are strongly involved in community organisations and regularly support schools and community causes. We also realise we’re pretty fortunate to live where we do, so we are also strong advocates of the work being carried out by organisations such as Rotary, Canteen, Indigenous programs and local community groups which we financially support.

Because we’re local we care about the future of our communities. We like to employ local people and support local schools and community groups. We believe in the power of being able to make a difference in our own community and take plenty of pride in the support we provide.

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  • Personal service
  • Medication Checks
  • Vaccinations
  • SMS reminders
  • Diabetes consultation
  • VIP CLUB

300xNaNCanTeen Foundation

CanTeen supports young people when cancer turns their world upside down and helps them cope with the physical, emotional and practical impact of living with cancer.

Canteen are here for 12-24 year olds at every stage of their cancer journey, whether they’re dealing with:

Hardings Pharmacies provide help funding for specialist hospital care, counselling and individual assistance as well as information and peer support programs.

WAYS TO DONATE

TRF_RGB copyThe Rotary Foundation

The Rotary Foundation transforms your gifts into projects that change lives both close to home and around the world.

The Rotary Foundation grants empower Rotarians to approach challenges such as poverty, illiteracy, and malnutrition with sustainable solutions that leave a lasting impact.

Hardings Pharmacies has been an active Rotarian for over 20 years with six Sapphire Paul Harris Pins.

SUPPORT ROTARY’S CURRENT WORK

blakcard-The BlackCard

BlackCard delivering Cultural Education & Training across Australia

The BlackCard Course is delivered by highly respected elders who have spent decades educating people on topics such as Aboriginal Terms of Reference, Aboriginal Perspectives and Aboriginal Politics/Worldview. Our workshops are held monthly and open to the public.

BlackCard’s approach is based on a cultural competency course developed by Mary Graham and Lilla Watson, Aboriginal Elders and Educators and long-time course developers and lecturers for the University of Queensland. The founders of the BlackCard have developed and taught core university subjects such as “Aboriginal Perspectives” and “Aboriginal Approaches to Knowledge” both at an undergraduate and post- graduate level since the 1970’s.

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e88fex5qhWe adopted orang-utan with WWF

By adopting an orang-utan, we are playing a vital role in helping to protect all wild orang-utans and their fragile habitats.

Without our commitment and generosity, WWF couldn’t carry out this vital work.

ADOPT AN ORANG-UTAN