BNF employees give back to the community
By fostering a culture of empathy and inclusion through the Bank's corporate social responsibility programme, BNF reinforces its commitment to the local community. In this respect, the Bank has created a space for employees to give back by recommending, participating and supporting initiatives for community action.
With the aim of giving a voice to vulnerable segments of society, the Bank and its employees supported six voluntary and non-profit organisations during the first half of 2020 in their mission to help vulnerable individuals and families in difficult situations.
The Bank started off the year by supporting the Ursuline Sisters, known as 'Tal-Creche' by most, for their unwavering dedication and commitment to children. Their devotion, love and affection for the children in their care is unwavering and admirable. Click here to show your support to the Ursuline Sisters for their full devotion to carry out their good deeds of the day.
Fondazzjoni Dar il-Hena
BNF supported the NGO administering Dar Maria Dolores in their aim to aid vulnerable women in emergency situations and help them regain control of their lives. Click here to know more about Fondazzjoni Dar Il-Hena and give support to those helpless women, to gain back their footing in society.
The Family of Late Miriam Pace
BNF employees collectively raised funds for the local NGO; ĊAMYouths who reached out to the family of late Miriam Pace; a loving wife and mother of two who tragically lost her life as a result of works on an adjacent construction site. Make the family of late Miriam Pace #YourCause by clicking here.
As part of the Bank's initiatives for World Autism Month, BNF called for employees to 'Go Blue For Autism' and back up the team at Inspire Foundation who are helping people on the autism spectrum reach their full potential. Click here to spread awareness and promote acceptance for the autism community.
Foodbank Lifeline Foundation
With a substantial increase in demand from different segments of the community, BNF and its employees accepted the call and overwhelmingly donated a truckload of food to Foodbank to help feed 270 family members! Click here to offer support to those who are suffering from hunger.
As mental health concerns were on the increase during COVID-19 pandemic, BNF welcomed Richmond Foundation's appeal to help them with 'The Gift of Therapy' initiative providing a number of free mental health therapy sessions to those in need but cannot afford to pay for it. Click here to give the Gift of Therapy as a donation for someone in need.