PSBank brings cheers, gives annual support to partner orgs

posted January 14, 2020 at 06:35 pm
by  Manila Standard
As testament to its longstanding mission of being simple and reliable, and of being a bank that truly cares, PSBank once again turned over its annual support donation to its partner organizations, intended to benefit the proper formation and education of well-deserving, disabled, and less-fortunate youths.

PSBank, represented by its Glee Club members Maui Francisco and Arvy Vergara, together with Sindiong, joining the Chosen Children Foundation’s founder Lita Fullerton and some of her village ‘angels’ in the official check donation turnover.
PSBank, represented by its officers, visited the sites of the Chosen Children Foundation and Resources for the Blind, to officially give the donations and to meet the beneficiaries.

These visits resulted in meaningful engagements of PSBankers with the recipients, allowing them to spread cheer in this holiday season of joy and sharing.

Specific to the visit with the Chosen Children Foundation, PSBank’s Glee Club, through their delightful and emotional renditions of Christmas songs, serenaded the village’s children.

The members were privileged to also be presented with a special performance by the village’s “angels,” a number which proudly showcased the great talents of the community.

Resources for the Blind’s executive director Amy Mojica and Resource Development head Lorinda Ang warmly receive the annual donation from PSBank turned over by senior vice president and Information Technology group head Neil Estrellado, accompanied by People Communications and Events head Dylan de Mesa, and Corporate Communications head Marco Sindiong. 
The support that the Bank continually gives to these institutions is underscored by its firm commitment to have a strong, lasting impact on the lives of Filipinos, most especially those in society who are in need―an undertaking that is ingrained in each PSBanker.

Topics: PSBank , Chosen Children Foundation , Resources for the Blind
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