BSP Papua New Guinea has contributed $100,000 towards the flood relief efforts, which will be made through BSP Fiji.
"Our team drove around the island and were deeply saddened at the devastation these floods have caused so many families in Fiji. We raised this matter with our PNG Head Office and they offered their sympathies and provided a generous donation," BSP country manager Kevin McCarthy said.
BSP Group chief executive Ian B Clyne said they were very committed to their business in Fiji and were concerned with how the floods had devastated the country.
"After the January floods, BSP Fiji made a $50,000 donation towards the relief efforts. The damage this time around is far greater. It is our wish to assist our fellow Pacific Islanders, thus the donation from Papua New Guinea. We offer our prayers to our island neighbours in Fiji and trust that this donation will assist to re-establish the livelihood of some families," he said.
The financial assistance will be spread across several charitable organisations to allow some immediate relief packs to be distributed to the neediest families immediately as well as assist with some continuing housing and education needs.
Cash contributions have already been made to the Rotary Club of Lautoka and the Satya Sai Service Organisation of Fiji. BSP will also contribute to the rebuilding of homes and getting children back to schools.
Four of BSP's 100 ATMs were affected, but the one located at Top Town Branch is now fully operational.
Meanwhile, ANZ Bank has given $75,000 towards flood relief efforts. The contribution would be given to the PM's Flood Appeal, Red Cross and other smaller charity organisations.