Earlier this year AWA Members and the country came together to support bushfire victims to help communities get back on their feet.
Now, during the COVID-19 crisis, AWA Alliance Bank’s philanthropic partners are seeing donations reduced. This has limited their ability to provide help where it's needed.
To do their part, AWA Alliance Bank has pledged an additional $75,000 to these partners. The funds will enable them to provide short term relief to disadvantaged people throughout the local community.
AWA’s Community Partners
Give Where You Live Foundation, PEACH, United Way Glenelg and Geelong Connected Communities.
These organisations are doing an amazing job, particularly during this difficult time.
As a social enterprise, AWA Alliance Bank invests its profits to support its members and communities. At the end of the day, the more people that choose to bank with a social enterprise, the more money will be invested in social good.
Isn't it time to re-think who you bank with.