Since becoming an independent charity in 2015, the CPA wholly relies on charitable donations. To help fund our work we are delighted to be able to offer the opportunity for our supporters to become CPA Patrons. To be a Patron costs £15 per month or £165 per year and all Patrons have the opportunity to be featured here, on our new CPA Patrons’ webpage, and will be granted a free CPA membership.
By becoming a CPA Patron you can help ensure that our vital work can continue, allowing us to support pharmacists across the Commonwealth and help them provide the best possible care for their communities.
Meet our Patrons
“I know the CPA are committed to supporting pharmacists to improve knowledge about medicines and to advocate for the profession at the highest level. I am delighted to be able to support them in their vital work and help improve access to healthcare for all.”
“As a drug discovery scientist, I am aware of the importance of making quality drugs for treating unmet medical needs. It is also essential that these quality drugs need to be provided to patients under appropriate advice from a qualified and well-trained pharmacist. Although the availability of quality drugs has improved significantly over the years, quality pharmacist services are still a distant reach to people in many countries within the commonwealth and throughout the world. The Commonwealth Pharmacists Association is striving hard to empower pharmacists throughout the commonwealth to improve the health and well-being of people. It is indeed a great honour to become a patron of the CPA
to support the association in achieving its noble objective of advancing Health for the public benefit.”
“It is a great privilege to contribute to the Commonwealth Pharmacy Association. I continue to be inspired by the calibre of the pharmacists I meet thorough CPA and the difference they make in the lives of people they serve as clinicians, educators, researchers and leaders. I have been the lucky recipient of help, guidance and mentorship in my career as a pharmacist. In reality I will never be able to pay back those people who have helped me (and many others), but I can “pay it forward” by contributing to CPA and other organisations that are well placed to make a difference in healthcare. We are definitely stronger together in CPA and will have a greater impact on the communities we serve.”