Monday, 22 January 2018 12:10 GMT
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Oman- Ahlibank to give back to society with annual charity campaign

(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Ahlibank, one of the leading banks in Oman, has launched its annual ‘Responsible Banking Charity Drive.' This Ramadan, the bank promises to ‘give back' to various orphanages, schools, women's associations, associations for the differently-able and NGOs.


The ‘Responsible Banking Charity Drive,' now in its sixth year, is an annual campaign organised by Ahlibank . Support by way of donations in cash or in kind in different wilayats will be used to fulfil the basic needs of impoverished people or help charity organisations that require funding to smoothly run their operations to help the needy or special children Commenting on this yearly initiative undertaken by Ahlibank, chief executive officer Lloyd Maddock said, "The bank has witnessed a steady growth over the past six years.


It is this time of the year when we give back to the community through the ‘Responsible Banking' donation drive during the holy month of Ramadan. We are particularly delighted in supporting and contributing to the development of Omani society during Ramadan as it demonstrates the spirit of giving at this special time of the year."


This year the proceeds will be given to charities which includes Omani Bahjah Orphan Society, Al Noor Association for the Blind Salalah, Al Hayat Association, Association for Early Intervention for Children with Special Needs, Dar Al Atta Association, Al Amal Association, Social Development Committee Sur, Omani Women Association in Bahla, Samail, Saham Salalah, Mirbat, Ibri, Yangul, Sur, Barka and Nizwa, Association for the Welfare of the Handicapped, National Association for Cancer Awareness Ibra, Omani Association of Elderly Friends Ibra, Oman Association for Disabled, Al Noor Association for the Blind Sohar, Social Development Committee Bahla, Omar Bin al Khattab Institute for the Blind, Al Noor Association for the Blind Nizwa, Local Charity Fund Nizwa, Child Care Center, National Association for Cancer Awareness, Association for Early Intervention for Children with Special Needs (Down Syndrome Group) and the Association of the Welfare of the Handicap


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