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Employees crop their locks to launch new partnership

Greater Charitable Foundation recently announced a new three-year partnership with Leukaemia Foundation that will reduce the financial burden and improve health outcomes for people living with blood cancer and their families. 

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The $229,500 commitment will support the ongoing delivery and expansion of the Leukaemia Foundation’s Financial Assistance program for people living with blood cancer and their families living in the Hunter Region, wider NSW and South-East Queensland. 

To launch and also lend their support to the new partnership, Greater Bank employees took part in the Leukaemia Foundation’s national fundraiser, World’s Greatest Shave, with Deputy Chair and Greater Charitable Foundation Director, Jayne Drinkwater, and Greater Bank CEO, Scott Morgan, among those who shaved their head for the cause. 

Together, Greater Bank employees raised an additional $14,000 for the Leukaemia Foundation that will help support families facing blood cancer, and provide them with the special care needed to make it through their treatment. It will also help brilliant research scientists continue their search for better ways to diagnose and treat blood cancer more effectively. 

Click here to see our employees supported Greater Bank’s World’s Greatest Shave Event, and also learn more about Greater Charitable Foundation’s new partnership with Leukaemia Foundation. 

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