Commonwealth Bank is continuing its support for those affected by Cyclone Debbie and the subsequent floods by announcing a $100,000 donation to the Red Cross disaster relief and recovery fund. The fund will support relief efforts across Queensland and northern New South Wales.
In addition, Commonwealth Bank will also be accepting donations in its branches for Red Cross work in affected communities.
Kylie Macfarlane, General Manager, Corporate Responsibility, Commonwealth Bank said, “The resilience of the communities devastated by the recent weather is inspiring and our thoughts go out to all those affected.
“As the impact of Cyclone Debbie continues we are focussed on supporting these communities through both emergency assistance support as well as through donating to the Red Cross.”
Last week Commonwealth Bank announced emergency assistance support for its customers affected by the severe weather conditions including a special assistance hotline. Customers are encouraged to call 1300 720 814 or visit www.commbank.com.au/emergencyassistance for more information.
Commonwealth Bank has waived ATM fees for non-CBA customers using our ATMs for a period of three weeks commencing 9:30pm Friday, 31 March. Commonwealth Bank customers in the affected areas who need to use other banks’ ATMs to withdraw cash in situations where CBA services are not available will also have their fees waived.
For the latest up-to-date information on branch closures visit www.commbank.com.au/info