NAB Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie raise $80,000 for Camp Quality
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NAB Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie raise $80,000 for Camp Quality

Thursday, 4 October 2018

NAB Coffs Harbour and Port Macquarie raise $80,000 for Camp Quality

For the fifth year in a row NAB Business NSW/ACT has partnered with Camp Quality for “Calls for a Cause”, an initiative to raise much needed funds in support of kids growing up with cancer.

NAB Business NSW/ACT is the major sponsor of Camp Quality’s Junior Camps and Primary School Education Program in NSW and the ACT.

Last year, their support allowed Camp Quality to deliver their Primary School Education Program to 31,831 NSW and ACT primary school children. Additionally, close to 250 children were able to attend one of Camp Quality’s Junior Camps in NSW and ACT to take a break from the stresses of cancer, and develop life-long optimism and resilience building skills.

In October of this year the NAB Business Banking centers in Northern NSW took part in Calls for a Cause 2017 - the Coffs Harbour team raised $47,530 and the Port Macquarie team raised $33,395!

It’s an incredible result but the teams are eager to keep going! Donations are being accepted up until December 2016. Visit NAB Coffs Harbour’s or NAB Port Macquarie’s fundraising pages to leave yours. Your generosity will be supporting kids and their families in NSW and ACT going through the cancer journey.

About Calls for a Cause

One of the major ways NAB Business NSW/ACT supports Camp Quality is through Calls for a Cause; a unique fundraising initiative that is supported by staff and clients.

Calls for a Cause involves bankers within business centres across NSW and the ACT allocating a set day to make calls to their customers, inviting them to make a donation to Camp Quality.

Calls for a Cause was first brought to life by NAB Business NSW/ACT in the South West Sydney region and each year, the campaign continues to grow – with the campaign now extending to include 5 regions and 23 business banking centres across NSW and ACT.

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