National Bank of Kuwait (NBK) announced that it is donating KWD 1 million to Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) as part of its humanitarian and social role to support in Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic response.
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NBK’s donation will be directed to support Kuwait Red Crescent Society’s efforts to purchase ventilators and the deployment of fully equipped mobile clinics to quarantined areas.
This initiative highlights NBK’s commitment towards cementing its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) vision in supporting the efforts geared towards combating the novel Coronavirus, as it maintains its continued collaboration with various volunteer programs and relief efforts.
Meanwhile, NBK commended Kuwait Red Crescent Society’s relief and humanitarian efforts provided to the internally displaced persons in Kuwait,
as well as its outstanding initiatives to providing humanitarian relief overseas, especially in certain countries where refugees have been impacted by wars and conflicts.
NBK also expressed its appreciation for the tireless efforts undertaken by KRCS as one of the most prestigious and deep-rooted societies working in the humanitarian and charitable field, as well as its vital role in providing relief efforts to many countries across the world, further highlighting Kuwait’s prominent international role and reflcting the spirit of human solidarity exhibited by all Kuwaitis.
NBK has long been engaging in a strategic partnership with Kuwait Red Crescent Society, as they both join hands in launching and managing numerous charitable campaigns and social development initiatives, including the “Winter Supplies Campaign” and “Donate to their Education Campaign” to assist children of low-income families, in addition to participating in various social welfare programs supporting children.
NBK has an unwavering commitment to contribute to humanitarian organizations and social initiatives that support children welfare, in addition to its participation in various social welfare programs in cooperation with numerous institutions, as part of the bank’s leading CSR role. NBK has become the biggest contributor to CSR and is at the forefront of all private institutions that have introduced various initiatives across a wide range of sectors including health care and child welfare, in addition to social, environmental, sports and educational development
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