Using The Power

Built on the four pillars the Power to Care, the Power to Help, the Power to Learn and the Power to Succeed, Power to Make a Difference has succeeded, because it has and continues to give Republic Bank an earnest opportunity to embrace the communities in fellowship, and to drive the cause of social investment forward into 21st Century.

Youth Development through Education and Culture is channelled by the Power to Learn; Business Development and Sport through the Power to Succeed; Poverty Alleviation and assistance to the socially marginalised comes under the Power to Help; with Healthcare, care for the Elderly and the needs of the Differently abled represented by the Power to Care.

  • Annual cash contributions to thirteen charitable organizations in keeping with the spirit of giving at Christmas
  • Victoria School for Special Education - Installation of Restroom block
  • Resource Centre for the Blind – Purchase of specialized equipment for visually impaired students
  • Morne Jaloux R.C. School – Installation of Security Fence and Retaining Wall
  • St. Patrick's R.C. School – Construction of a staircase with covering
  • Dorothy Hopkin Centre for Disabled - Additional wing to house sixteen (16) additional residents, doctor's office, therapy room, sick bay
  • Refurbishment of computer laboratories at three (3) secondary schools
  • St. Mark's Secondary School - Refurbishment of the home economics laboratory
  • St. Andrew's School for Special Education - Construction of a classroom block and library
  • UWI Scholarship Programme
  • UWI Open Campus Bursary Programme
  • Republic Bank RightStart Cup Youth Football Tournament
  • Republic Bank Angel Harps Steel Orchestra
  • Republic Bank Carriacou Domestic Cricket Tournament
  • Carriacou Regatta Festival
  • Grenada International Triathlon - Junior Interschool Championships
  • T.A. Marryshow Community College – Renovation of roof and upgrades to Mechanical Engineering wing
  • Grenada National Museum – Restoration of Amerindian and European Heritage rooms
  • Grenada National Archives – Preservation of records
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