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Almost 100,000 expecting and new parents in Australia are struggling with perinatal depression or anxiety (during pregnancy and the year after birth). For the cost of a coffee you could help mums and dads struggling with perinatal depression or anxiety get the support they need. Every dollar you give helps us to provide PANDA’s vital support services. $70,000 could provide:

An additional counsellor on the Helpline for a year, or 14,000 support information packs to new parents

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1 in 20 dads are diagnosed with postnatal depression and 21000 estimated dads with partners diagnosed with postnatal depression are at risk.

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Priceline leadership development team donates $5000

Last Updated: Thursday, 18 December 2014 15:27

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PANDA has received a $5000 boost thanks to the community focus of Priceline staff.

Team members from across Australia who participated in Priceline’s 2014 Leadership Excellence Development Program chose to donate the funds they raised through undertaking a series of program challenges.

PANDA Communications Manager Lisa Knott said the donation was a wonderful boost during Postnatal Depression Awareness Week for PANDA and the families it supports.

“We are delighted to have been chosen by the group and are impressed by Priceline’s focus on ‘Community’ alongside ‘Personal, Team and Business’ leadership under the program.”

“The Priceline Sisterhood’s real commitment to community wellbeing helps PANDA to support and improve the lives of families struggling with perinatal depression and anxiety.

“Our sincere thanks and gratitude goes to all our sponsors and supporters for their backing this year. Their assistance helps PANDA to raise awareness of perinatal depression and anxiety, reduce stigma and provide our vital support services. We couldn’t do it without them!”

 

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