As part of its partnership with SOS Children's Village in Amman, Capital Bank announced the renewal of its support for two homes within the SOS village that host 18 children and their mothers. Capital Bank's support will cover the annual costs of the two homes, inclusive of living and educational costs.
This initiative comes under Capital Bank's support for social activities in the SOS village, and is a reflection of the bank's belief in the importance of the contribution by all national institutions and the effective and positive role that they play towards all parts of the community, especially children.
Speaking on the initiative, Capital Bank's General Manager Haytham Kamhiyah said: "We believe in the importance of supporting causes that benefit local communities. The efforts that the SOS Children's Village exerts, in terms of providing sustainable support to the less fortunate in the Kingdom, is in line with the social responsibility that Capital Bank adopts. We are proud to continue our work with SOS's management, and we strive to build on the partnership that has brought us together over the years."
Kamhiyah added: "We appreciate the humanitarian role that those responsible for the Children's Village perform in terms of providing childcare to those who are denied the care and love of their natural families. It underscores the major responsibility that we shoulder and that motivates us to take part in building our community through such valuable initiatives, which bring value to all the members of society at all social and economic levels."
On her part, Muna Hamdan, the local director of the SOS Children's Village in Jordan, expressed her thanks and appreciation to Capital Bank for its support of two SOS homes in Amman. She added that this partnership contributes to the provision of a decent life for the children. She wished the bank continued progress and prosperity, and the ability to continue its support of all parts of society.