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CBA Centenary Grant Funding Boost

Thank you to the Commonwealth Bank

 

Thank you to the Concord Branch of the CBA for nominating SPELD NSW for a Commonwealth Bank of Australia Centenary Grant.

SPELD NSW is delighted to receive a $10,000 grant from the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.

“Corporate donations are greatly appreciated to support SPELD NSW services and programs, donations are essential to the work of SPELD NSW and it was a real boost to receive this Centenary Grant in our 50th year,” said Georgina Perry, SPELD NSW Executive Officer pictured accepting the donation from the team at the Concord Branch.

SPELD NSW thanks the Commonwealth Bank of Australia for this generous donation.

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