At P&N Bank we consider it important to support the community we live in. One way we do this is through our sponsorship program. Some of the organisations and community groups we support are:
As a bank born and raised in WA, P&N is proud to be a long-term partner of another great WA organisation, the Perth Wildcats.
The P&N Bank logo proudly appears on the front of the Perth Wildcats playing uniforms and also throughout 'The Jungle' at RAC Arena for every home game. Each season there are two special P&N Bank Perth Wildcats games, with lots of giveaways for fans including the very popular P&N foam hands.
A highly successful club on the court and a truly iconic WA brand, the Perth Wildcats, like P&N, have a very strong member focus and high member loyalty.
Supporting the Perth Wildcats is just another way we are investing in the WA community and bring the power of & to life.
Visit the Perth Wildcats website for more information.
P&N Bank is proud to be a major sponsor of the Nine News WA Police Excellence Awards.
The winner of the individual category in 2021 was Brevet Sergeant Jesse Bill from Warmun Multi-Functional Police Facility. The award recognises his exemplary service and dedication in enhancing rapport between police and the local community.
The other finalists in the individual category were Sergeant Andy Galbraith, Merredin Police Station, and Senior Constable Nathan Smith, Broome Police Station (now at Busselton Police Station). The winner of the team award category was Northampton Police Station, Mid West-Gascoyne District.
All finalists demonstrated exceptional dedication and service excellence to the people of Western Australia.
The Police Excellence Awards are just another example of P&N Bank’s power of & at work.
P&N Bank is proud to support Crime Stoppers WA, an organisation that works in partnership with the WA Police to help any member of the public play a key role in helping to solve crime. This partnership is currently supporting Bikelinc - an online community tool that helps bike-minded people keep bikes with their rightful owners. Over 9,000 bikes have been reported stolen in WA each year for the past five years, with a 64% increase in stolen bikes over the past 10 years. Bikelinc connects you, your bike, the WA Police Force and cycling community. Bike owners and retailers create a free profile of their bike/s on Bikelinc using the bike’s serial number to link it to them as the rightful owner.
Crime Stoppers has been actively contributing to a safer WA since December 1994.
For more information visit Crime Stoppers WA.
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