The initiative kicks off next month.
The branch will also be fundraising throughout the year with the help of clients and the local community.
Elders Mandurah managing director Dave Styles said the initiative was driven by Elders’ belief in the importance of giving back to the community as an Australian-owned and operated company.
‘Elders Mandurah is proud to announce this new partnership with PMH Foundation, which will directly benefit the thousands of WA children who receive care at PMH every year. With the dedication and commitment of staff, and the generosity of the community, we are looking forward to supporting the good work of PMH and PMH Foundation,’ he said.
PMH Foundation chief executive Denys Pearce said the foundation relied heavily on community support to help raise funds.
Since its inception in 1998, PMH Foundation has been the conduit for more than $46 million in financial support to PMH that has helped fund life-saving research, specialist staff, vital equipment, complementary services and capital projects.