Wizard lends a hand (sanitiser) to local businesses across Western Australia
With restrictions lifting around Australia, Wizard Pharmacy is donating bulk hand sanitiser to small businesses impacted by COVID-19 to help the community get back on its feet.
Small businesses receiving the donation range from local cafés, restaurants and not-for-profits opening their doors once again, as well as day care centres and schools who stayed open to care for children of essential workers.
Wizard Pharmacy Chief Operating Officer Sally Parker hopes the donations will make it easier for local businesses to get back to business after the impact of COVID-19.
“We saw such great support for our pharmacies and front-line workers during the peak of the pandemic, so this is an opportunity to give back and thank the community for their support,” said Parker.
Karen O’Connor, Chief Executive Officer of Cycling Without Age Australia, said they were grateful for the donation which will assist in the return of their valuable community service program tailored for the elderly or those with disabilities.
“Having essential items like these, will enable us to meet the hygiene safety standards as part of our new program. We look forward to the smiles, joy and companionship of our passengers once again!” said O’Connor.
Martin Humphreys, Principal of Banksia Park Primary School, noted that in the current COVID-19 environment they were going through a substantial quantity of hand sanitiser in all classrooms, so this certainly helps.
“On behalf of all of us here at Banksia Park Primary School, we thank Wizard Pharmacy!”, said Humphreys.
For businesses wishing to keep their staff and customers safe during this time of uncertainty, value bulk buys of hand sanitiser are available at any Wizard Pharmacy. Visit wizardpharmacy.com.au or contact 1300 929 929 for more information.