Here for our Western Australian communities

Never is our commitment to our communities more important than in times of disaster. And sadly, we’re seeing the effects of huge bushfires once again.

So far over 70 homes in Western Australia are gone but the full effect of the fires won’t be known for some time. The agony faced by those who’ve lost so much is not lost on us.

And while we’re not out on the fire grounds, we’re doing our bit to support affected communities too.

Today the Beyond Bank Foundation has launched an appeal to raise much needed funds for those directly impacted, kickstarting the fundraising with $30,000.

We’re working to identify our customers who live or have businesses in the fire regions, and we’ll be in touch to see if they need our help.

Our branches and our Customer Relationship Centre are open if you need to talk to us about how we can help.

We are part of the community and it is part of us. We’re here to support you when you need it the most, just like Australians are well known for helping-out in times of need.

How to donate:

If you’d like to support our campaign, you can:

Donate now and show your support.                       

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