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28 June 2019
Branches across the Heritage Bank network celebrated the Heritage Bank Charitable Foundation becoming operational by channeling their heroes.
In honour of the heroes in our communities that the Charitable Foundation will support, branch staff across the Heritage network served valued customers on Friday 28 June as a wide range of heroes.
There were super heroes, emergency services personnel and plenty of hard-working farmers honoured as Heritage staff ditched corporate attire to dress up as those they look up to.
Heritage branch staff got right behind the initiative such is the excitement at the Charitable Foundation becoming operational.
The staff had plenty of fun with Heroes Day and it was a great way to share the great news about the Charitable Foundation and the important work it will do in communities across Queensland and Australia.
We had flyers with information about the Charitable Foundation in branches as well as heart-shaped chocolates that Heritage customers could enjoy with a gold coin donation.
Flyers and chocolates are still available in Heritage Bank branches. To find a location near you please visit our contact page.
PHOTO 1: Heritage Bank Brookside Branch got right behind Our Heroes day, dressing up as colourful heroes in disguise.
PHOTO 2: Heritage Bank Maroochydore Branch dressing up as their heroes- Aussie Farmers.
PHOTO 3: Heritage Bank Plaza Branch (Toowoomba) adorned capes and hero costumes, to show their support of the Heritage Bank Charitable Foundation.
PHOTO 4: Heritage Bank Robina Branch used their spider senses to help their customers and raise awareness for the Heritage Bank Charitable Foundation.