Burn Support Group Charitable Trust is a not-for-profit organisation that supports and assists survivors of burn injuries and their families.

It aims to help people with burn injuries live normal lives; lower the incidence of burns by prevention, awareness and education; and improve patient care by funding equipment where required.

The Burn Support Group Charitable Trust received a $4,000 donation from EBOS business PRNZL (trading as Onelink, ProPharma, Healthcare Logistics and PWR) in 2015.

“We rely solely on the generosity and support of the public and organisations like PRNZL who donate to our cause,” said Michele Henry of the Burn Support Charitable Group Trust.

“Without them, we would not be able to offer individuals who have experienced burn injuries and their families, emotional and practical support during recovery and beyond.”


Steptember, a charity event run by Cerebral Palsy Alliance, encourages people to take 10,000 steps every day in September.

Cerebral Palsy Alliance helps people living with cerebral palsy lead the most comfortable, independent and inclusive life possible. It provides access to high quality and innovative services and programs, runs professional training for employees within the disability sector, and funds important research in Australia and overseas.

From 2014 to 2016, EBOS staff raised over $53,000 for Cerebral Palsy Alliance through Steptember.

“It’s thanks to companies like EBOS that we are able to provide family-centred therapies, life skills programs, and equipment and support for people living with cerebral palsy and their families. Thank you EBOS!” said Mr Paul Henderson, Chief Operating Officer.

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The Graeme Dingle Foundation is a child and youth development charity that focuses on helping young New Zealanders discover possibility, transform their lives, and reach their full potential.

Almost 200,000 young people aged 5-18 have participated in its learning and mentoring programs since 1995, with the Foundation currently helping 21,000 children annually.

EBOS business PRNZL (ProPharma, Onelink, Healthcare Logistics and PWR) donated $4,000 to the Graeme Dingle Foundation in 2015.

“It is only through our incredible donors and volunteers that we can achieve our vision – for all young people to be confident contributors to New Zealand life,” said Marion Short, Graeme Dingle Foundation CEO.

“We are committed to reaching 50,000 young people every year by 2025 and, with the support of companies like PRNZL, we’re confident we can achieve this goal.”

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For 17 years, PRNZL (trading as ProPharma, PWR, Healthcare Logistics and Onelink) has been supporting causes close to its staff members’ hearts.

The pharmaceutical wholesaler donates to three not-for-profit organisations in the healthcare field, nominated by members of the Advisory Board, each year.

Thirty-one groups in New Zealand have benefited from this initiative since 1999, including the Multiple Sclerosis Society of New Zealand (MSNZ) which provides ongoing support, education and advocacy for people with MS and their loved ones.

MSNZ National Manager Amanda Keefe called 2015’s $4000 contribution a “fantastic and greatly appreciated surprise” which helped fund the development of free educational resources for people newly diagnosed with MS.

“The donation we received from PRNZL has helped us ensure that people are informed about what their diagnosis means at a very difficult time,” Ms Keefe said.

“We only receive around 10% of our funding from government, so assistance from private donors, regular donors, fundraisers and corporates is critical to ensuring the work we do can continue. Thank you PRNZL, for your vital support. ”


In Australia, four women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer every day. Chemmart has raised $1 million to support these women over the past decade.

The community pharmacy brand has a longstanding partnership with Ovarian Cancer Australia, an organisation that takes action for people affected by ovarian cancer in Australia. 

From simple acts such as selling ribbons and pens in Chemmart pharmacies, to becoming the Principal Partner of Ovarian Cancer Australia’s Afternoon Teal campaign, to running a 44km marathon along the great Ocean Road to raise funds – Chemmart staff, pharmacists and customers have wholeheartedly thrown their support behind the organisation.

“Chemmart’s commitment to our work and values has been outstanding,” said Jane Hill, Ovarian Cancer Australia CEO.

“The partnership with Chemmart enables Ovarian Cancer Australia to provide much-needed support to the women living with ovarian cancer, their families and friends, as well as supporting our awareness, advocacy and research programs.

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