NAB has prolonged the supply of its $1,000 emergency grants till Dec. 6 to help clients who had been severely impacted by the floods in Central West New South Wales.
These experiencing main structural harm or extreme inner harm to their major place of residence can entry the funds to fulfill their instant wants. This contains enterprise and agriculture clients who’ve suffered extreme harm to property, tools, fencing, or lack of inventory or livestock.
“Quite a few communities in Central West New South Wales are nonetheless being impacted by the flooding and we’ll proceed to assist them get the help they want,” stated Tony Story, NAB government retail regional NSW/ACT.
A spread of different monetary aid measures, akin to mortgage deferral or lowered fee preparations, and waiving of some charges or prices regarding accounts, are additionally nonetheless out there to flood-impacted clients in NSW, Victoria, South Australia, and Tasmania.
To use for NAB buyer help, NAB clients who dwell in formally declared catastrophe areas, as listed by the Division of Residence Affairs’ Catastrophe Help web site, ought to apply on-line at nab.com.au/widespread/varieties/disastergrant. All enquiries shall be assessed on a case-by-case foundation and require proof displaying vital property harm.
For additional help, clients could go to their nearest open NAB department the place it’s protected to take action, go to nab.com.au/catastrophe, contact their banker immediately, or name NAB Help on:
- 1300 308 132 for private clients (8am to 8pm Monday to Friday, or 9am to 1pm Saturday AEDT)
- 1300 769 650 for enterprise clients (8am to 5pm Monday to Friday AEDT).
NAB buyer grant purposes shall be open till Dec. 6. NAB will initially present a complete of as much as $1,000,000 in grants, with any additional buyer help measures to be thought of because the state of affairs evolves.
NAB additionally opened a fundraiser to help Catastrophe Reduction Australia of their restoration efforts. Click on right here to donate to Catastrophe Reduction Australia flood enchantment.