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Celebrating Reconciliation Week with the specialist in banking for not-for-profits

AO0P1590Tuesday May 28 marks an important occasion in the life of one of Australia's largest social enterprise, or profit-for-purpose, organisations, when it launches two important initiatives; a plan for action on reconciliation and a new partner in financial inclusion.

For over a decade Community Sector Banking has been working to assist not-for-profits to get a better deal with their banking, now celebrates the start...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 06 June 2013 11:02

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Community Banking makes In-roads helping communities

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Ending the debt cycle and building financial wellbeing for local Indigenous people of South East Queensland is the focus of the In-roads microcredit program launched at a National Reconciliation Week event at the Yugambeh Museum Language & Heritage Research Centre in Beenleigh this week.

The program, In-roads is a partnership between Nahri - a company dedicated to Closing...

 

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