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Bega Valley gets back together

8 March 2021
Five members of Bendigo Bank and Rotary Club of Pambula standing with signs of each group.

Social Justice Advocates and the Rotary Club of Pambula are working closely to conduct community events across the Black Summer firegrounds in the Bega Valley.

Their aim is to reduce stress and trauma of families and individuals and bring the community together.

This project seeks to enable all fire affected communities in the Bega Valley to engage with the best of the best entertainment.

Events aim to reach a diverse array of community groups from local youth, the elderly and the LGBTIQ+ community.

A $64,000 grant from Bendigo Bank’s NSW Bushfire Appeal will support the production costs for a series of community events.

We are proud that our Community Bank Pambula is a major supporter of the events.

A group of three photos of local people playing music.

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