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Beyond Bank Australia Lauches SA Fire Appeal

January 2015
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Beyond Bank Australia Lauches SA Fire Appeal

Beyond Bank Australia has launched a Bush Fire Appeal to raise much-needed funds for residents of South Australia devastated by the fires.

The Beyond Bank Australia Foundation has kick-started the appeal with a donation of $20,000, and is now urging its staff, members and the general public to support the initiative. All funds raised will be dispersed to individuals and families in affected areas in South Australia through the local state government emergency support fund and CFS Foundation.

Beyond Bank Chief Executive Officer, Mr Robert Keogh, said the appeal will provide financial support to the residents of South Australia in this time of need.

“While more hot conditions and wild weather is predicted for South Australia over the coming days, and the immediate danger for locals is not over, the painful process of letting residents visit their homes to see what’s been lost has begun. The Beyond Bank Australia Bush Fire Appeal will help provide support to affected residents during the rebuilding process” said Mr Keogh.

“Our thoughts are with the residents of South Australia, their friends, families and everyone who is affected by this disaster. We encourage anyone who would like to donate to the Bush Fire Appeal online, by calling us on 13 25 85 or by visiting a Beyond Bank Australia branch.

“We also want to make sure that Beyond Bank Australia customers know we are here to help if they have been affected by the fires, and we’re encouraging them to come and talk to us if they are concerned about their financial situation due to losses suffered in the blaze."

“The funds raised through the appeal will assist the South Australian Government Emergency Support Fund and the CFS Foundation in providing much needed support to those among us who have suffered losses and need to rebuild their lives. The funding will also support CFS and their volunteers with the amazing work they do throughout fire season.

Please get in touch with us if you wish to support the appeal – every little bit helps.”


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