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The association between Burgan Bank and KACCH was avowed at a special visit to Bait Abdullah building site in Sulaibekhat where the Bank's Assistant General Manager - Corporate Communications Bashir Jaber and Public Relations Manager, Fahad Al Reshaid, presented a cheque to the KACCH president Dr. Hilal AL Sayer and KACCH Vice President Mrs. Margaret Al Sayer.
Bashir Jaber, Assistant General Manager - Corporate Communications stated, "Supporting healthcare initiatives has been an integral part of Burgan Bank's Corporate Social Responsibility framework and Corporate Citizenship program, Burgan Bank is proud to be a benefactor towards such leading medical projects, and KAACH's humane initiatives."
"Over the past 10 years, Burgan Bank's continual contributions have helped support the development of healthcare and pediatric facilities in several hospitals which are part of the KACCH, often helping children and their families fund treatment and recovery from fatal and terminal illnesses, as well as providing entertainment," added Jaber.
The KACCH is a volunteering organization working under the umbrella of World Child Care Program that aims to assist children in coping with the stress of being in hospital for treatment. The association pays great efforts to provide a healthy and entertaining environment to the children through the kids clubs that KACCH established in many hospitals in Kuwait.
Bait Abdullah serves as a substitute home to children's hospitals for patients suffering from terminal illnesses and their families, who need support to live a robust life. It is also notable that facilities are available to provide daily care, including recreation and residential facilities for emergency or advanced cases.
The Bank's support to KACCH and to other numerous programs under its Corporate Social Responsibility framework avows its true values, commitment, dedication and belief in the importance of supporting the community and humanitarian causes.