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Standard Bank donates to the poor

Fri, 30 August 2013 00:29
by Online Writer
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Standard Bank Namibia recently donated 200 blankets to the vulnerable people of Keetmanshoop.
The blankets worth N$8 000 were handed over to the Deputy Minister of Veterans Affairs Hilma Nicanor who is also the Councillor of Keetmanshoop Urban Constituency. Handing over the donation Head Service Centre at Standard Bank Keetmanshoop Branch Shirley Boois says giving back to the community we serve is an important part of empowering those in need and lending a helping hand.
“As a good corporate citizen, it is important to us to be involved in uplifting community activities since Standard Bank Namibia is also part of this community,” said Boois.