Community stories

Across Australian towns, regional cities and metropolitan suburbs to date $165 million has been reinvested back into local communities. And this figure is growing every day across the country.

Take a look at some of the local stories and find out more about how Australia’s Community Bank® network is working to make your town, city and suburb an even better place to live, work, play and of course, bank.

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Tee up for kids golf day

Some of our team at the golf dayBeaconsfield, VIC

Raising funds for kids in need

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We've reached $200,000 back to our community

McLaren Flat CFS being presented with their chequeAldinga Beach, SA

Three presentations have brought us to our latest milestone

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Asylum seeker receives $10,000 grant funding

Thumbnail Connected Communities Photo_GlenroyCollins Street, Box Hill, Brighton, Broadmeadows, Camberwell, Carlton, Caroline Springs, Cheltenham, Coburg, Cranbourne, Dandenong, Docklands, Elsternwick, Footscray, Frankston, Glen Waverly, Greensborough, Lilydale, Melton, Moonee Ponds, Mornington, Niddrie, Preston, South Melbourne, South Morang, Sunshine, Werribee, Williamstown, VIC

A $10,000 grant announced at the launch of Connected Communities Melbourne has been awarded to the Glenroy Neighbourhood Learning Centre.

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Branch rides in with Pa & Ma Bendall

Surfers by the beachCaloundra, QLD

Get down to Moffat Beach for all the excitement of the surf.

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Local student receives our scholarship

James with Director Irene NevilleGingin, Lancelin, WA

Congratulations to James Parker, this year's recipient.

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Hiking the Great Walhalla Alpine Trail for a cause

Hikers at the gold vault in WalhallaMt Eliza, Balnarring, Frankston, VIC

Beautiful countryside and wonderful companions made for a great fundraising walk.

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