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Meet Sheona McGuigan: Building Community Connections at Community Bank Samford

As a Personal Banker, Sheona plays a pivotal role in bridging the gap between customers and banking services, all while fostering meaningful connections within the local community. From a diverse role to embracing country charm, Sheona shares her thoughts about her...

Sporting Sponsorship On Target

Community Bank Samford hit a bull’s eye with local sports club Samford Valley Target Archers, providing a grant to encourage Samford State School students to take part in this all-abilities activity. This is the second year the archery club has run the 10-week long...

Archers Going For Gold, A Buzz About Bees And Free Fridays – Granting Support To Our Community

“We are really fortunate that we can support the local events, groups, and causes that matter to our communities,” says Community Bank Samford Branch Manager Mandy Bell. “With our latest community grants round currently open, we are looking to support programs that...
Sporting Sponsorship On Target

Sporting Sponsorship On Target

Community Bank Samford hit a bull’s eye with local sports club Samford Valley Target Archers, providing a grant to encourage Samford State School students to take part in this all-abilities activity. This is the second year the archery club has run the 10-week long...

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Dayboro Rodeo

Dayboro Rodeo

Community Bank Samford is once again delighted to support the Dayboro Rodeo, which returns to thrill and entertain on Sunday, May 5th. With 14 events scheduled and a $4,000 first prize on offer to the Bull Ride Champion, DJs, and fantastic local food and drink, the...

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Sponsoring Fur-Ever Friends

Sponsoring Fur-Ever Friends

Believing that anything is paw-sible, Community Bank Samford is proud to partner with Guide Dogs Queensland, sponsoring two puppies being trained to assist people who are blind or have low vision. At 10 weeks old, pups Susie and Samson have been introduced to lots of...

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