The People Australia Needs
Right now, Australia could do with a little inspiration. And who better to inspire others than our customers - who in their own unique ways, big and small, are making the world a better place.
Through in-depth stories, we’re revealing the beliefs behind some of the people who have joined the clean money movement and why they took the steps to align their bank with their values.
From a health economist to a data-activist and an entrepreneur who is working towards a zero waste life, their backgrounds are diverse but their motivations remain the same. All have acted on their beliefs to create the change they want to see.
The stories below are just the beginning, be on the lookout for more to come.
Allara is a Yorta Yorta musician who specialises in spoken word poetry. Through her music, she’s taking people on a journey through her culture and her climate action. Watch her story now.
Driven by the devastating Lebanon trash crisis, John Rbeiz is reducing his waste, one piece of plastic at a time.
After Tristan’s family witnessed the realities of irresponsible lending, his perception of the banking industry changed forever. He is now a health economist who believes money should be used to create better outcomes for all.
Since her first social enterprise in rural Cambodia, Zoe has dedicated her life’s work to making a difference for disadvantaged and minority communities. She is a data activist, gender advocate and Founder & CEO of She's A Crowd.
The fine print
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How to bank fee free
The Everyday Access monthly account fee is waived if one of these applies;
- You're under 25 years of age
- You add $2000 or more in external deposits to your Everyday Access account each month (like your salary)
- You support the bank with combined loans, savings and investments over $50,000
- You receive government benefits such as a pension - Find out more
If you don't qualify for fee free banking, the monthly fee on your Everyday Access account is $5 for unlimited transactions.