Banque du Caire has continued its organisation of the charities convoy launched three years ago. According to the banks’ Chairman and CEO, Mounir El-Zahid, this year’s convoy was distributed among the governorates of Minya, Fayuom, Giza, Beni Suef, Qena and Luxor.
El-Zahid explained that since the convoy was launched in 2013. The bank was keen on specifying the actual needs of the areas and residents of the governorates to which the convoy goes. In terms of the corporate social responsibility (CSR), the bank believes in its leading role, the importance of these initiatives, and their humanitarian side.
El-Zahid added that the convoy’s aid consists of distributing Ramadan’s foodstuffs which includes 4,000 cartons for families in need, and delivering potable water to 200 houses, in addition to 200 operations for eye treatment.
This year a number of the bank’s employees are participating in the convoy. They are keen on delivering aid to those in need, supporting families who deserve it by delivering them Ramadan’s packages and following up with the completion of delivering potable clean water to their houses.