Beyond Bank Supporting CLASS
Written on the 14 May 2014 by Karen GoldieCLASS have registered our organisation with Beyond Bank Australia to become a recipient of the annual ‘community bonus’ payment through their Community Reward Account.
How does it work?CLASS is registered as a recipient organisation for the account.
Supporters (like you!) can open a Community Reward Account and nominate us as the recipient.
Each year on the 30th of June, Beyond Bank Australia calculates the average annual balance held in all Community Reward Accounts linked to our organisation.
Beyond Bank Australia donates up to 1.5% of the total average annual balance back to us!
This donation comes directly from Beyond Bank Australia, and does not affect your account balance in any way. Over the past few years many clubs and charities have benefited from this account with great success. In 2012/13, over $200,000 was donated back to local clubs and charities.What is a Community Reward Account?
The account is an everyday, at call savings account:
Puts money back into the community, without you having to reach into your own pocket.
How you can help?1. Open a Community Reward Account.
2. Nominate CLASS as the recipient.
3. Start saving!
If you would like further information, or to open a Community Reward Account, visit your local Beyond Bank Australia branch, call 13 25 85 or visit their website, www.beyondbank.com.au.
Author: Karen Goldie
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