NAB facilitates donations for Save the Children Cyclone Pam Appeal



National Australia Bank today announced it will facilitate donations through its branch network and internet banking channel for the Save the Children Cyclone Pam Emergency Response Appeal.

Donations made to the Cyclone Pam Emergency Response Appeal will help children and families devastated In Vanuatu by Cyclone Pam. NAB Head of Community Engagement, Rebecca Kotow said the funds would go towards short term aid measures and long term projects.

“Communities in Vanuatu need urgent access to shelter, food, drinking water, hygiene and sanitation and Cyclone Pam Emergency Response Appeal will help meet this need.

“Long term projects such as the rebuilding of essential infrastructure including schools, and reunification and protection services for the most vulnerable children will also be supported by the funds raised.”

Donations can be made through the NAB branch network. NAB customers can also make donations through internet banking. Go to Funds Transfer » Donation » Charity » Save the Children Cyclone Pam Emergency Response Appeal

All donations of two dollars and over are tax-deductible.



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