Community giving in 2019 reaches $650,000!

More than three hundred grassroots groups and charities across Australia have shared in a $650,000 cash windfall thanks to Beyond Bank’s unique annual giving program.

The money was made available through the Community Reward Account, a savings account which allows you to nominate your favourite charity, then once a year, we donate a percentage of your annual average balance to that charity.

It’s a very innovative way of fundraising that allows you to financially support your local community group or club.

Giving, as you know, is a very important part of our business and so we are thrilled at the way this account continues to resonate with our customers.

Year on year the amount we have been donating to our charities big and small has been rising.

Over the past 12 years, Beyond Bank has now distributed more than $2.5 million nationally.

And as we all know, seeing the impact even a small amount of money can make to local community organisations is a pretty special feeling.

So, thank you for helping us build better, stronger and more inclusive communities. We simply couldn’t do it without you!

Find out more about the Community Reward Account.

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