Bank staff pick Men's Shed for great work

Reg Hainsworth, Col Wallace, Steve Lucas, CBA Glen Innes branch manager Mandy Crisp, Jim Wilson and Charlie Bashford at the Men's Shed.
Reg Hainsworth, Col Wallace, Steve Lucas, CBA Glen Innes branch manager Mandy Crisp, Jim Wilson and Charlie Bashford at the Men's Shed.

Commonwealth Bank Glen Innes branch employees have donated $500 to the Glen Innes Men's Shed as part of a nationwide community donation program.

The program is part of a bank initiative to drive positive change within the communities it serves, to make a difference locally and for all Australians.

Commonwealth Bank has again pledged to donate $500,000 nationally, to recognise those organisations that make a difference to the communities in which they operate.

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Each Commonwealth Bank branch and customer-facing team has been allocated $500 to donate to causes important to their local community.

Commonwealth Bank's Glen Innes branch team voted to support the great work of The Glen Innes Men's Shed.

"Many communities across Australia face ongoing challenges as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, so it's important for us to give back to local organisations who continue to do good work within our community," Glen Innes branch manager Mandy Crisp said.

"We are pleased to support the Glen Innes Mens Shed."