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Double Donation.

Beyond Bank is proud to put its support behind causes that help strengthen our communities through its annual Double Donation fundraiser.

What is the Double Donation fundraiser?

The concept is simple. Each year, we invite local community organisations to join our Double Donation fundraiser.  We empower these community organisations with campaign materials so they can host their own 48 hour fundraising event. 

Throughout these two days, the Beyond Bank Foundation will dollar-match every donation, up to a total of $10,000 per charity.  This gives our partners the opportunity to fundraise $20,000 in just two days. Imagine the difference that could make in your community.

Beyond Bank is proud to put our support behind charities that help strengthen our communities. Together, we're making double the impact. 


Double Donation highlights.

3 years strong
The Double Donation fundraiser was born out of increased demand for frontline services during the pandemic. Three years later, we’re committed to continuing this program.
48 organisations supported
In the last three years, we’ve empowered 48 local charities across Australia to run a matching fundraising campaign, injecting funds where they’re most needed.
$942,000 raised
Since 2022, we’ve joined together with members of the community to help raise over $942,000 to support critical frontline services and not-for-profits.

In 2024, we proudly supported:

  • Hartley Lifecare
  • Hunter Melanoma Foundation
  • Riding for the Disabled - Tall Timber
  • Carevan Wagga
  • Wellness Sisters
  • Yirra Yaakin
  • Challenge
  • Gunditjmara Aboriginal Cooperative
  • Pegasus
  • Got Your Back Sista
  • Neuroblastoma
  • Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA)
  • The Village Co
  • Griffith Post School Options (GPSO)

The Village Co.

The Village Co, a not-for-profit supporting at-risk new mums experiencing hardship, raised $22,022.00 during the event.  

“We are profoundly grateful to Beyond Bank for their commitment, which has greatly impacted our ability to support more families than ever before, truly making a significant difference in our community."  

– Stephanie Malan, CEO, The Village Co 

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RTRFM, an independent, non-profit community radio station, raised $30,880.00 during the event.  

“RTRFM was ecstatic with the success of the campaign. The final tally was a huge result for our station, and to have been achieved in a little over 24 hours was remarkable.

Support like this means a lot, and makes a huge difference at RTRFM, allowing us to remain an independent and alternative platform for great local music.”  

– Simon Miraudo, General Manager, RTRFM

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Breast Cancer Network Australia.

BCNA is a not-for-profit with an aim to ensure that all Australians who are affected by breast cancer receive the very best care, treatment and support. They raised $31,616.50  during the event.  

“Our donors really engaged with this opportunity to amplify our support for people affected by breast cancer.” 

– Sandra Robertson, Director Fundraising & Marketing, BCNA


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