P&N Bank members have given 'Helping &nds' to 10 local groups after the latest round round of Helping &nds.
With so many great local causes, our members not only nominated the groups but also voted for those that were closest to their hearts.
The votes have now been counted, and we're happy to announce the top five groups received $2,000 each, and the remainder $1,000 each.
- Dogs Behind Bars Rescue - finding foster homes and forever homes for dogs that have been left in kennels, abandoned or unwanted.
- Breast Cancer Research Centre - a not-for profit organisation undertaking high quality research into breast cancer through clinical trials.
- Mandurah Wildlife Hospital - rescuing abandoned, injured and displaced wildlife and nursing them back to health to return them to the wild.
- Paws Cat Rescue - rehabilitating and rehoming abandoned, neglected and unwanted cats and kittens.
- Even Keel Support Association - assisting individuals affected by mental illness to develop and maintain skills for daily living.
- Saba Rose Button Foundation - supporting children with acquired brain injuries through therapy, therapeutic equipment and care/respite
- Bears of Hope - providing bears as a symbol of hope to families that have experienced the loss of a baby.
- The Innovators Tea Party - a not-for-profit organising inspiring and empowering young women to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM).
- Haemophilia Foundation of WA - providing education and support for people with inherited bleeding disorders and their families.
- Reconciliation WA - providing support, leadership and advocacy to people and organisations driving the movement for reconciliation in WA.
Did you know we also help individuals?
Our Helping &nds program isn't just for groups - P&N members can also nominate individuals or families in need. The recipients don't have to be members of P&N, they just need to have a genuine need for a Helping &nd.
With the help of our members' nominations, we have identified and helped many struggling individuals and families since the program's launch in November 2015.
Find out more about who we've helped.