Banks DIH Limited hosted its annual Senior Citizens Luncheon last Sunday at Thirst Park. Some 630 persons, including pensioners of the Company and members of benevolent organisations, attended the event.

Banks DIH Limited hosted its annual Senior Citizens Luncheon last Sunday at Thirst Park.


Mr. Clifford Reis, Chairman/Managing Director in brief remarks at the function said Banks DIH Limited continues to take its Corporate social responsibility seriously by giving back to the communities in which it operates.
Mr. Reis highlighted the Company’s programme for the current fiscal year and Guyana’s 50th Republic Anniversary being observed on February 23rd. He said that Banks DIH Limited is “Celebrating Education” in observance of Guyana’s Golden Jubilee as a Republic by providing financial grants to vocational and technical institutions across the country.
This initiative was launched last week Thursday at the Arthur Chung Conference Centre. Mr. Reis also disclosed plans for the expansion of Citizens Bank in Georgetown and Bartica and construction of the Company’s Automotive Division and modernised parking at Demerara Park. There was also a cultural presentation featuring participants including veteran Calypsonian the Mighty Smoker among other performers.
Members and residents of several well-known organisations were in attendance, including the Guyana Red Cross, Guyana Veterans Legion (GVL), Salvation Army men’s and women’s hostels, David Rose Centre, West Ruimveldt, Guyana Society for the Blind, Guyana Association for the Visually Impaired, Uncle Eddie’s Home, Archer’s Home, St. Vincent de Paul Home.
The attendees were provided with meals, refreshment, hampers and financial assistance.

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