Postbank Collaborates with Disadvantaged Social Groups to Mark the 1st of March

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Postbank gave 10,000 hand-made martenitzas as a special present to customers, partners and employees to mark the 1st of March according to Bulgarian tradition. The red-white ornaments were produced by people from disadvantaged social groups, who the bank traditionally supports on for the “Baba Marta” holiday. The bank’s partners this year were the “Future for Children with Disabilities” association in Kazanlak and the “Third Age” Foundation in Ruse.

Cooperation with disadvantaged social groups and the stimulation of their active role in society is part of Postbank’s corporate social responsibility strategy. The bank’s initiative aims not only to support these social groups, but also to stimulate their creativity and contribute to their integration as valuable members of society.

Postbank has been recognized for its active role in the sphere of corporate social responsibility on numerous occasions, including receiving the award for “Largest donor of time and service of employees for 2008” from the Bulgarian Charity Fund, the award for “Ethics and responsibility towards stakeholders” from Pari Daily Newspaper and Deloitte Bulgaria among others. In 2010, the bank was elected as a member of the Club of Corporate Donors, part of the Bulgarian Donors’ Forum.

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