SeABank works for underprivileged children

June 16, 2012 | 16:00
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SeABank has raised funds and visited underprivileged children in locations across the country on the occasion of the Citizen Commitment Week 2012.

It was  initiated by its strategic partner Société Générale Group and in conjunction with “The Action Month for Vietnamese Children”.

After one week, the programme garnered up to VND145 million ($6,900) contributed by SeABank staff across the country together with so much gifts being clothes, books, milk, sugar and necessities for children. 

This is the third year SeABank has organised such activities for the Citizen Commitment Week to raise awareness and responsibility of the staff  towards the surrounding community and environment.

During 2010-2011, SeABank had many meaningful activities towards the community such as raising funds for orphans at Hanoi’s Bo De Pagoda, Bonsai Fair, organising “Golden hours for refreshing office”, visiting cancer children at K Hospital in Hanoi’s Tam Diep township or organising the “Green Day” with its staff doing cleaning around Hoan Kiem Lake and Halong Bay.

These activities not only raise team spirit, humanity sharing, environmental awareness of SeABank staff but also show the image of SeABank as a dynamic, friendly and responsible bank.

Citizen Commitment Week (CCW) is an annual event initiated by Société Générale towards all of its employees as well as partners globally since 2008. CCW is to improve the awareness of social and charity activities, and to welcome all initiatives of fund-raising or voluntary actions, building up and encouraging the solidarity and community responsibilities among SG employees in all countries worldwide.

Founded in 1994, SeABank is named among Vietnam’s top 10 commercial joint stock banks with an extensive network of 122 transaction points and more than 1,600 employees. Its strategic partner Société Générale - a leading retail bank in France and Europe- holds 20 per cent stake in the bank.

To grow into a prominent retail bank in Vietnam, the bank offers a diversity of retail banking products and services tailored to every need and financial capacity of individual and corporate customer segments nationwide.

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