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We're proud of what we're helping to achieve for our community. Here's some examples of the fantastic projects, facilities and services we've been supporting in our community.

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SHINING A LIGHT ON BMX

28 May 2022

THE Collie BMX Club will be back racing with lights this month following a $10,000 grant from Community Bank Collie. Collie BMX Club president Stephanie Slapp said the previous lights were stolen by vandals when the club folded years ago.…

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2022 Small Business Awards Collie

24 May 2022

WINNER, WINNER! WE WERE thrilled to win two awards at the 2022 South32 Collie Small Business Awards event on Saturday night. We were awarded the Personal & Professional Services award and the Community Organisation award. Congratulations to all the local…

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Heart Hub South West – Hearts Embrace After Road Trauma

2 May 2022

NURSING BROKEN HEARTS We were honoured to present a $2000 grant to Heart Hub South West Inc. last week. At Community Bank Collie, each year our staff members are allocated $1000 each to donate to a local non-profit organisation. This…

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? NEW STATION FOR COMMUNITY RADIO ?

14 March 2022

COMMUNITY Bank Collie recently approved a $390,000 grant toward the construction of a new Collie Community Radio Station building. The current radio station on Wittenoom Street was built in the 1950s and needs significant structural work. Collie Community Radio Station…

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NEW CEILING FOR the Anglican Op Shop

10 February 2022

A GRANT of $15,000 was recently approved by Community Bank Collie for renovations to the Anglican Op-Shop. The thrift shop, which is located near the All-Saints Church in Venn Street, badly needed a new ceiling as well as a new…

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2022 TAFE & University Scholarships Community Bank Collie

7 February 2022

THE 2022 Community Bank Collie TAFE and University scholarships were announced recently. Zac Pilatti (pictured) was granted $1200 towards his TAFE studies. Samuel Shepherd received $3000 for his university studies, while Samara Coverley and Alexis Tate received $5000 each as…

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