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UT Cares Foundation UT Bank donates to Accra Psychiatric Hospital

The clothes were received by Beatrice Nyarko, Principal Nursing Officer, on behalf of the hospital.

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Mary Susanna Yorke, Corporate Sustainability Officer at UT Bank, who donated the clothes on behalf of the bank said the gesture was part of its social responsibility. play

Mary Susanna Yorke, Corporate Sustainability Officer at UT Bank, who donated the clothes on behalf of the bank said the gesture was part of its social responsibility.

UT Bank has donated 10 sacks of clothing to the inmates of the Accra Psychiatric hospital in the Greater Accra Region on Thursday April 7, 2016 as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

The clothes were received by Beatrice Nyarko, Principal Nursing Officer, on behalf of the hospital.

In a short speech, she expressed the facility's gratitude to the bank, while pleading for more of such donations.

She disclosed that UT Bank is a friend of the facility and has been visiting them with various donations over the years.

Mary Susanna Yorke, Corporate Sustainability Officer at UT Bank, who donated the clothes on behalf of the bank said the gesture was part of its social responsibility. play

Mary Susanna Yorke, Corporate Sustainability Officer at UT Bank, who donated the clothes on behalf of the bank said the gesture was part of its social responsibility.

 

Members of the Corporate Affairs department of UT Bank, who donated the clothes on behalf of the bank said the gesture was part of its CSR activities to help the needy in our society.

According to them, the hospital is one of the many institutions that the bank supports.

They expressed hope that the donation will be enjoyed by the intended recipients.

On Wednesday, 6 April, UT Bank made a similar donation to Shekinah Home operated by Light Outreach located at Dawa in Greater Accra. 

The home houses orphans and street children, some of whom are eventually reunited with their respective families.

Both donations are part of the bank's CSR activities under its foundation, UT Cares Foundation.

UT Cares operates under the 3 pillars of Health, Education and Poverty Alleviation.

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