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:
P&N Bank is proud to be a major sponsor of the Nine News WA Police Excellence Awards.
The 2018 winner of the individual category winner was Senior Sergeant Darryl Brandis, officer-in-charge at Mundijong Police Station. Senior Sergeant Brandis was recognised for his work in the local Mundijong area, as well as his empathy with victims of crime. The other finalists in the individual category were Senior Constable Ben Ferris of the Merredin Police Station and First Class Constable Nathan Smith of Broome Police Station.
The winner of the team category was the Mental Health Co-Response team, from the Custodial Services and Mental Health Division, for assisting vulnerable people in the community who are suffering from mental health issues.
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.
As WA’s largest home-grown bank, P&N Bank is proud to again team up with the Perth Wildcats for the 2018/19 season.
As the official Membership Partner, P&N Bank will continue to develop a close relationship with the Perth Wildcats members and be involved with in-game branding and activation.
A highly successful club on the court and a truly iconic WA brand, the Wildcats, like us, have a very strong member focus and high member loyalty.
P&N Bank members will have the benefit of purchasing discounted Perth Wildcats Season Memberships and Home Game tickets, so look out for details nearer to the start of the season!
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 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 supporting the development of an online project to expand Crime Stoppers WA's current anonymous reporting footprint to include additional government and charitable organisations. Members of the public who contact Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous at all times. This is vitally important to the success of the program and 6 out of every 10 leads given to Crime Stoppers are converted into Police Intelligence. Crime Stoppers has been actively contributing to a safer WA since December 1994.
For more information visit Crime Stoppers WA.
P&N Bank is a proud sponsor of the annual WA Nursing & Midwifery Awards, a wonderful occasion that brings together nurses, midwives, health care professionals and government officials from all over WA. With more than 38,000 Nurses and Midwives working across WA, the award finalists are nominated by colleagues and patients as exemplary in their fields and making a significant difference to their professions. They play a critical role in the state's health care system and are at the forefront of ensuring compassionate and safe care.
For more information visit WA Nursing & Midwifery Excellence Awards.
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