- 1. How is money raised by Commonwealth Bank’s employee giving program?
- 2. How can I apply to join the program?
- 3. Where can I find a full list of the charities supported by the employee giving program?
- 4. If I work for a youth organisation, how can I apply for a grant?
- 5. Why are grants allocated on a three-year basis as opposed to annually?
More than 13,000 Commonwealth Bank employees donate a nominated amount every fortnight from their pay packets.
The total money raised by employees is then matched dollar-for-dollar by the bank, before it is donated to youth organisations across the country.
In order to join the employee giving program, you have to be a Commonwealth Bank employee.
Commonwealth Bank employees interested in joining the program can register their interest by clicking here.
The postcode search function on this site allows users to do a location search for charities supported by the employee giving program over the course of the last decade.
A full list of the 220 youth organisations supported this year can be found by visiting: www.commbank.com.au/commbankfoundation.
The application period for community grants is currently closed.
The 220 youth organisations selected to receive grants this year will also receive support in 2018 and 2019, as our grants are donated on a three-year basis. For example, the recipient of our National Grant, the Clown Doctors, will receive donations of $400,000 in 2017, 2018 and 2019 ($1.2 million in total)
Applications for the next round of grants will open in late 2019.
By committing to fund our grants for three years, we believe we can help community organisations plan for the longer term, allowing them to deliver more services and support for young Australians.