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SUPPORTIVE: Texas' Torture on the Border is one of the events that the Stanthorpe Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank has sponsored.
SUPPORTIVE: Texas' Torture on the Border is one of the events that the Stanthorpe Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank has sponsored. contributed

WANT to find out how the Stanthorpe Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank can support your community work?

Come along to the Stanthorpe and District Sponsorship information evening, held at the Stanthorpe RSL Club on Tuesday at 7.30pm.

The Stanthorpe Community Bank Branch of Bendigo Bank invites interested members of the community to attend and hear how their community bank can partner with them in their work in the community

This will be the second round of distributions from Stanthorpe Community Bank since its inception in February 2016.

Secretary for the marketing committee Mary Rofe said in their first round, they had sponsored a diverse range of community projects ranging from children's art workshops at the Stanthorpe Art Gallery and the Border District Eisteddfod to Texas' Torture on the Border.

"This is what we do - enable the communities we are part of to reach their goals in partnership with our bank,” she said.

Applications for the next funding partnership round opens on the night and will close on October 30 - so if you need more information attend the event or talk to the staff in the branch.

For more information, phone Mary on 0427617679.

Sponsorship information evening

  • WHERE: Stanthorpe RSL Club, 26 Corundum St
  • WHEN: September 26 at 7.30pm

Topics:  bendigo bank community bank sponsorship

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