Republic Bank Supports Charitable Organisations

St. George’s, Grenada; January 10, 2017: Republic Bank has solidified its commitment to assisting community based organizations, by making its annual contribution to thirteen (13) charitable groups. Donations totaling EC$33,000.00 (Thirty Three Thousand Dollars) were presented to representatives of the various organizations at a short ceremony at the Radisson Grenada Beach Resort, Tuesday, January 10th.

The beneficiaries include: The Dorothy Hopkin Centre for the Disabled, the Grenada Foundation for Needy Students, Cadrona Home for the Aged, Rotary Club Grenada East Vosh Eye Care Programme, the GRENCODA Books & Uniform Programme, and the Grenada National Council for the Disabled, The Pink Ribbon Society of Grenada and the Hillview Home for the Aged, Gouyave. Other groups which assist persons with chronic diseases such as kidney, diabetes, heart and hypertension, viz. the Grenada Heart Foundation, Grenada Cancer Society; Grenada National Patient Kidney Foundation, Grenada Diabetes Foundation and the CHORES Support Group in Grenada, also benefitted.

Manager – Business Support Services, Mrs. Hermilyn Charles was one of the Management team assisting with the presentation, and addressed the recipients on behalf of the Bank. She commented:
““Our contribution, which is probably never enough, is but a small gesture to say, we support your initiatives. Through our social investment programme, the Power to Make a Difference, we hope to continue to build on and forge greater partnerships with those committed to championing the rights and standards of living for the ill, the socially marginalized and the differently able brothers and sisters, whom we have a duty to protect. To quote the words of Mr. John Holmes: “There is no exercise better for the heart, than reaching down and lifting people up.””

Republic Bank remains committed to working with groups and community-based organizations which dedicate their time and resources to helping those in need.

January 12, 2017
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