Corporate Social Responsibility
Based on its belief in the necessity of effective contribution to local community development, Capital Bank has developed a social responsibility strategy defining the framework for its community work. This work chooses pillars that serve the sectors most in need of support from the institution’s point of view, and in line with its objectives. This strategy is implemented according to a business model that relies on a two-pronged approach of creating strategic long-standing partnerships with civil society organizations that work in the targeted sectors and using volunteer employees as a valuable resource to serve the bank’s mission of social responsibility.
Capital Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility strategy aims to serve the local community by focusing on the following areas
- Education and skills-building
- Economic and social empowerment
- Sports to serve the local community
- Charitable work
Capital Bank Volunteer Club:
Capital Bank launched the Capital Cares employee volunteer club with the goal of institutionalizing the bank’s volunteer efforts and linking them to its strategy and goals for social responsibility, maximizing the benefit of varied employee skills and expertise and connecting them to the needs of the program’s beneficiaries. The Capital Bank volunteer club provides various different volunteering opportunities for bank employees throughout the year, in coordination with our partners from local community institutions. Our aim is to develop volunteer events and programs that enrich employees’ experience as volunteers and achieve positive results for beneficiaries.