Contributing to our community in 2020

Posted:
17
December 2020

Richmond Pharmacology has a long-standing tradition of supporting local, national, and international charities and 2020 is no exception.

2020 has been a year like no other.

As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the globe we witnessed an international health crisis which commanded the attention of health care professionals, Governments, businesses, and institutions.

Charities saw a fall in donations which has impacted vital research,care and education. It is more important than ever to raise money for those less fortunate and help continue vital charitable services.

Richmond Pharmacology has a long-standing tradition of supporting local, national, and international charities and 2020 is no exception. We have made substantial charitable contributions to a number of charities this year including: Global’s Make Some Noise, Diabetes UK, Robes, the British Heart Foundation and Practical Action. The causes are varied but close to the hearts of our staff and sponsors.

A message from Robes

"Thank you to all who donated to the Robes project via Richmond Pharmacology this year, very much indeed for your generosity. You collectively raised the amazing sum of £5,500 which is absolutely wonderful and will be a huge help for Robes this year."

Canon Giles Goddard, St John’s Church, Waterloo

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