In an effort to demonstrate its continued support for SOS Children's Villages and its interest in sustaining positive connections with children, Capital Bank hosted an iftar at the SOS Children's Villages association in Amman for a group of children residing there, in addition to their supervisors.
A team of Capital Bank employees participated in this visit, breaking fast and eating the iftar meal with the children. Additionally, they distributed Eid gifts and school bags to the children in what came together as a family environment.
General Manager of Capital Bank, Haytham Kamhiyah, spoke during the visit, stating: “This visit comes in the context of implementing the Bank's strategy to serve the local community by providing community services that enhance the meaning and values of social solidarity and cohesion.”
Kamhiyah also noted, “It is our duty as a private organization to offer both material and moral support to civil society organizations, and we are happy to have contributed to bringing joy and delight to the faces of orphans in this holy month.”
He added that participation of different units of the Bank in this visit “reflects our understanding of the importance of enhancing communication between them and the children of the village, knowing that teamwork contributes more effectively towards realizing desired social development.”
It is worth noting that Capital Bank annually sponsors two houses within the village, supporting a total of 18 children in addition to mothers.