Maldon & District Community Bank® BranchesWe support an inclusive, fun and thriving community.
Who gets our profits?
Community, groups, clubs, organisations and events who apply for funds by completing an application form. Not all applicants are funded. This is where it gets challenging. Sorting who and what to fund when demand is so big. MDCB receives requests for $150,000-$200,000 annually. Generally we distribute $70,000 to $200,000 annually. If you bank with us, it will help us invest more.
Why Community Banking is Different
- We’re locally owned and operated by the community.
- We return profits to make our communities more vibrant and sustainable places to live.
- It’s local business at its best—keeping money in local economies and employing local people.
- We offer the full range of competitive banking products and services.
We help support and inspire our community to do great things.
We help the community by providing excellent banking and financial services via the Bendigo Bank
150 community groups
19 years old
$2.6 million dollars invested in the community
We Support Our Community
We are immensely proud to support
the following organisations and projects:
How we support the community
"The Maldon & District Community Bank continues to be a wonderful institution that serves the community with professionalism, loyalty and generosity. We all have good reason to be proud of it."
“The Dunolly Gilbert & Sullivan Festival is going from strength to strength. We will always remember with gratitude the support we were given for the inaugural Festival. We were funded by a grant from the Maldon & District Community Bank. We are now self funding and able to present quality shows to the community, performed by members of the community in a self-sufficient manner. We would not have been able to do that without the support and faith you showed in us at the start. We will always be grateful for your help and everything the Community Bank does for the local community.”
Dunolly’s Gilbert & Sullivan Festival
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