Tiddas United, Townsville’s Indigenous all girls’ soccer team, has received a $5,000 sponsorship from Queensland Country Bank to help them on their journey to the First Nations Indigenous Football Cup taking place in Brisbane in November.
Two students at CQUniversity’s Rockhampton campus have been awarded scholarships as part of our CQUniCares Queensland Country Bank Scholarship which provides up to $10,000 for ambitious students to complete their higher education.
As the “Big Four” banks continue the trend of closing branches across the state, the new office in Maroochydore further cements Queensland Country Bank’s commitment to existing and new members across the Sunshine Coast.
Seven-year-old Jakoby was born with a cleft lip and cleft palate. He has endured multiple hospital visits and surgeries since birth.
While the big four banks are cutting back services, we’re reinvesting our profits into increasing Member products and services.
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are vital to Queensland’s economy, regional prosperity and job creation, and a strong relationship with their business banker can be critical in supporting their lending needs and achieving their financial goals to ensure their success.