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Port Lincoln Community Bank Grants Program Open For Applications

Port Lincoln Branch

Applications are now being accepted for the next round of the Port Lincoln Community Bank’s Community Grants Program. 

The Port Lincoln Community Bank will make $200,000 available again this year to support projects for local community organisations, bringing the total funds given back to the community to over $2 Million in the past 9 years of operation. 

Port Lincoln Community Bank Branch Manager Phil Channon said that the grants program aims to help as many community members as possible. 

"My team and I are just so proud that we aren able to do that for Port Lincoln" said Channon.

"It is what we are all about, it's the model of the Bank branch. We return half of our profits to the community, It's written in stone". 

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