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SME Bank giving back to the community

Fri, 5 December 2014 21:48
by online writer
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The SME Bank organized a charity event, where the staff donated cleaning products as well as time to care for elders living at the Katutura Old Age Home.

This is first ever charity event hosted by the organization since its establishment in 2012, “This is the start of many works that we are going to do. We need to give back to our community because without then we are nothing” said Angrid Shimuafeni, Head of Marketing and Communications.

The employees organized themselves into six groups and each were assigned different times and tasks to do in and around the Old Age Home. “One of our themes is it’s not how much you give but more of the love you put in” she said.