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Thirroul unites to support disabled surfing

Last Updated on Monday, 11 December 2017 16:02

Dozens of Thirroul locals volunteered their time on Saturday to help more than 20 people with disabilities experience something most of us take for granted – a day in the surf.

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Year 5 Students enjoy a writing workshop with a local author thanks to IMB School Banking

Friday, 08 December 2017 11:55

Spiders are very often misunderstood, but last week a group of primary school students in Year 5 at St Pius X Wollongong made friends with Henry Huntsman. Henry Huntsman, a fictional arachnid and star of a children’s book by local primary school teacher and author Thommo Caulfield, was the subject of a writing workshop at the school.

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IMB Bank Community Foundation is accepting applications for 2018

Friday, 17 November 2017 10:28

Many childhood memories are formed playing in the school yard at recess and lunch, swinging on the jungle gym and playing chasings with friends.  

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IMB Banks Shire Community Foundation is accepting applications for 2018

Thursday, 16 November 2017 09:39

More than 1400 babies are born each year at Sutherland Hospital in Caringbah and when the maternity ward needed funds to buy new equipment they turned to the IMB Bank Shire Community Foundation.

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Want to talk to IMB? Just go to your IMB Bank mobile banking app for instant answers

Friday, 27 October 2017 14:45

Need a quick answer on a banking matter? IMB Bank has just made it much easier for customers to talk to its customer service teams.

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Lets make Christmas more enjoyable for 400 local families

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 09:52

IMB Bank Community Foundation has joined forces with local not-for-profit organisation Need A Feed to gather together food items during October for Christmas hampers to help local families doing it tough during the festive season.

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IMB Bank Community Foundation helps Life Education and Healthy Harold deliver vital lesson in the Illawarra

Friday, 16 October 2015 16:35

It’s a partnership spanning a number of years and in 2015, Australia’s largest non-government provider of drug and health education to children and young people,Life Education, again received funding from the IMB Bank Community Foundation to help them with their important work in local schools.

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