Foothills Community Care


The annual Community Bank® Grants presentation is a night the bank gives back the community. Every year the Knox Community Bank® shows it support to local organisations by funding some of their projects. One particular organisation is the Foothills Community Care, a community group that opens its doors to feed those who would otherwise go without.

Foothills have been running meal nights for 16 years and in the past 10 years they have served 27,000 meals with the help of over 200 volunteers. This year the Knox Community Bank® awarded a grant of $8,000 to help with the purchase of food and supplies to help support their ongoing contribution to the community.

Peace and Loyalty Lodge


The Peace and Loyalty Lodge have been an important community figure since 1920. This year at the Community Grants Presentation the Knox Community Bank® Group awarded a grant of $2,000 to go towards high school fees at Fairhills High School. The grant will be used to help those who would otherwise not be able to complete their secondary education by covering the cost of their education. With the funding they have received this year 16 kids who would otherwise be unable to complete their education now have the necessary funding thanks to the work done by the Peace and Loyalty Lodge

Thank you


A special thanks to Rachel Clauw. Over the past couple of years Rachel has voluntarily helped out the Community Bank® by writing the newsletter, starting up the face book page and keeping the website up to date. She has jumped at any opportunity to help out where ever she can; Thank you for your continuous hard work

2016 Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting for Knox Community Financial Services is to be held on 14th November 2016 at the Ferntree Gully Football Club, Glenfern Road, Ferntree Gully at 7.30pm.

The Notice of Annual General Meeting, Proxy form and Annual Report can be downloaded by clicking read more and selecting the attachment you would like to download.

Knox & District Woodworkers donate wooden toys


Each year the Knox & District Woodworkers Club make many wooden toys for distribution to local charities at Christmas.

New Mayor for Knox


Board member, Darren Pearce was recently inducted as Mayor of Knox.  The ceremony was at the council offices and with Darren on the night to celebrate was fellow Board member, Etienne Clauw and Tony Holland.