QBANK gives back to the KJM Foundation

QBANK are proud to have donated $1803 to the KJ McPherson Education and Research Foundation as part of the Everyday Plus charity program.

For each Everyday Plus Account open, QBANK makes a monthly 10 cent donation, then tops it up each quarter with a $1500 cash bonus. Those 10 cent donations are small change that add up to make a big difference for local charities.

The KJM Foundation was founded in 1987 to commemorate Queensland Ambulance officers who have given their lives in the call of duty. The foundation is a not for profit entity focused on promoting pre-hospital care research activities by making grants and awards available to officers of the Queensland Ambulance Service.

The funds donated will help the Queensland Ambulance Service to place Queensland at the cutting edge of research and education.

The account offers great day-to-day benefits for members too. With features including free standard transactions and ATM access, giving back has never been so convenient.

Supporting our community

Open an Everyday Plus Account and join us in supporting local charities. Contact QBANK or call us on 13 77 28.

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