Staff of Access Bank Ghana Plc have upheld more than 6,000 kids to work on their nature of schooling. Twelve schools across six locales of Ghana, have profited from renovated libraries/ICT rooms and framework, perusing and learning materials, under the Bank’s Employee Volunteering Program (EVP).
EVP is a center part of Access Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility, which permits staff to contribute time and assets to support a cause in their networks of activity. The 2021 EVP zeroed in on ingraining the propensity for reading in youngsters, in accordance with the Bank’s obligation to the worldwide Sustainable Development Goal 4.
Commenting on staffs’ commitment to the programme, Mr. Olumide Olatunji, MD of Access Bank applauded staff for their ever-growing commitment to supporting community initiatives. “I am proud that my staff always rally behind projects aimed at transforming the lives of people in their communities of operation. This year’s EVP mobilized staff to raise resources to support underprivileged schools. It is a joy that our 2021 EVP aspirations have been met. Children in beneficiary schools can now have decent library and ICT facilities to enhance their learning atmosphere and result in their educational growth”, he said.
Access Bank stays focused on giving clients and networks more than banking. The Bank has over the course of the years, fostered a profound comprehension of clients’ requirements, conveying superb help and enabling them to accomplish more through monetary incorporation.