For the 4th Consecutive Year and Reaching 12K Beneficiaries
Al Rajhi Bank successfully completed its food baskets distribution program to underprivileged people right before the arrival of the holy month of Ramadan.
The bank's employees, led by the Social Responsibility Ambassadors, handled the distribution of these baskets to the underprivileged in their respective areas. The program saw the participation of 161 employees, who voluntarily worked for an overall of 805 hours to deliver these baskets directly to the relevant charities in their areas.
The distributed baskets contained several types of food that are popular in Ramadan, each serving six people. Reaching 12,000 beneficiaries, the initiative took place in Riyadh, Mecca, Medina, Taif, Northern Borders, Al Qassim, Hail, Aseer Province, Jeddah, and Jazan.
Receiving great interactions from the Social Responsibility Ambassadors for its ideal execution, the program takes place at a much-needed time due to the occurrence of the coronavirus pandemic and its related difficulties, making such initiatives more crucial than previous years. It also comes at a time where everyone is keen on making charity and helping the less fortunate, especially during the holy month of Ramadan.
Al Rajhi Bank believes this kind of social activity is consistent with the Saudi community's values and culture, which encourages collaboration and solidarity for the greater good. This initiative comes as part of many programs planned around the year, aiming to serve the various segments of the society in all of the Kingdom's areas.