Clarence Valley Independent

Share the Dignity donations

The ‘friendly’ staff at ‘The Friendlies’ chemist in Grafton, with one of the Share the Dignity, collection bins. Image: contributed

Lynne Mowbray |

During the month of April, Share the Dignity is once again holding their drive for sanitary items, to help women within our community who are doing it tough.

Anyone wanting to help out this great cause can donate items into collection bins which have been placed at several retail outlets around the valley:  

Maclean – Stanford’s Pharmacy, Pharmasave, ace variety store, and Pulse Fitness. 

Yamba – Fluid Physio.

Grafton – Good Price Pharmacy, Australian Hearing, Chemist Warehouse, The Friendlies Pharmacy, Blooms Chemist, South Grafton Hair and Beauty and Guardian South Side Pharmacy.

Donated goods for Share the Dignity can be placed in the collection bins at each of the above business houses until the end of April, with all items collected distributed to local charities that help women affected by domestic violence as well as homeless women.

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