At P&N, we believe in the power of &. We know that when people work together, individuals, families, groups and our community will flourish.
Helping &nds is a program which supports those in need in our community. It enables P&N members to nominate deserving WA individuals or community groups to receive much needed financial or services support.
You can nominate
As a P&N Bank member, you too have the power to make a direct difference to those in need.
This program helps individuals, couples and families who are facing hardship or have basic needs that are not being met. Any existing P&N Bank member can nominate someone for assistance at any time of the year by applying on the P&N Bank website.
Since its launch, Helping &nds Individuals has helped many Western Australian families in their hour of need:
Visit the Who we've helped page to see how Helping &nds can make a difference to individuals and families.
Only P&N Bank members can nominate, but the person you nominate to receive the support does not need to be a P&N Bank member.
When people work together, our community flourishes. Across WA there are many deserving groups who are working tirelessly to support those in need, but sometimes those groups need a Helping &nd too!
Helping &nds groups is our quarterly contribution program where, through member nominations on our website, we provide assistance to community groups or small not-for-profit organisations.
Existing P&N Bank members can nominate a group of local charity and, each quarter, P&N will shortlist our top ten nominated groups. Those ten will then be featured on our website for our members to vote for their preferred group.
The top five as voted by our members will receive $2000 and the remaining five will receive $1000 each.
Some of the groups we've helped so far:
Only P&N Bank members can nominate a group, but the group nominated is not required to be a P&N Bank member.
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