Greater Bank is recognising people in the Illawarra who are going above and beyond to support others during COVID-19.
Nominations can be made as messages of thanks in 10 words or less including name and suburb on the Greater Bank Facebook page.
Localised messages are then being amplified on two oOh! billboards including one recently installed on the Princes Hwy, Dapto which recognises the hard work and dedication of local teachers following a nomination by Diane Agnew.
Greater Bank's Matthew Hingston said it was a unique way to recognise those who are doing so much for their communities in these unprecedented times.
"We've all witnessed incredible acts of generosity and support in our communities over the past four weeks," he said.
"This is a simple way for us to literally put up in lights those people who have conducted some incredibly important feats, which otherwise would have gone unnoticed."
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