Coles extends Community Hour to healthcare workers

Coles is dedicating two Community Hour shopping periods per week to emergency services and healthcare workers who are essential to protecting the community during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Starting 26 March, the first hour of trade on Tuesdays and Thursdays will be for emergency services and healthcare workers. This includes doctors, nurses, paramedics, hospital and ambulance staff, police, firefighters and emergency service workers who hold an AHPRA card, have a workplace ID or are wearing their work uniform.

Monday, Wednesday and Friday Coles Community Hours will continue to be dedicated to vulnerable and elderly customers who hold a government-issued Pensioner Concession Card, Commonwealth Seniors Health Card, Companion Card, Seniors Card, Disability Card and Health Card.

“In the past week we have seen Community Hour help vulnerable and elderly Australians access essential grocery items during this challenging time,” says Coles Group CEO, Steven Cain.

“We are now extending this opportunity to those Australians who are protecting our community and keeping us safe.

“We know these workers are incredibly busy and hope that providing them with a dedicated hour at the beginning of the day to shop will make their lives a little easier and support the vital work they are doing every day.”

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