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Qudos Bank celebrates 15-year partnership with Greenfleet


Qudos Bank has always been committed to supporting initiatives that improve the environmental landscape for their customers and community, and nothing highlights this commitment more than their 15-year partnership with Greenfleet.

As a leading environmental organisation, Greenfleet has been helping protect our climate and restore trees in our forests. In May they held a tree planting event at the Bonna Point Reserve in Kurnell, NSW, and volunteers around the state helped plant a total of 1,500 trees in the area. From this event alone, the biodiversity of the reserve has been enhanced so that it can be enjoyed by future generations to come.

Qudos Bank had three of their employees volunteer at the event and they took the opportunity to share their thoughts of the day, as well as what it means to be volunteering for such a valuable cause.

Anum says, “I think it’s great that Qudos Bank is offering paid volunteer leave. It shows that they care about the environment, care about the community, and it’s great to be part of something so big, and be part of an organisation that does care.”

As part of its corporate social responsibility, Qudos Bank has implemented a range of environmental initiatives over the years.

Recently, they’ve switched more of their customers to paperless banking and have made efforts to be more sustainable in the workplace by incorporating a range of practices, such as recycling coffee pods and reducing the need to print. You can find out more or read about Qudos Bank’s environmental initiatives here.

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