Press Release

Banks DIH Limited

Date: March 22nd, 2018

Banks DIH Limited hosted its Annual Senior Citizen Luncheon on Sunday March 18th, 2017 at Thirst Park where over 600 persons including pensioners of the Company and members of benevolent organisations attended the event.

Press Release

Banks DIH Limited

Date: March 22nd, 2018

Banks DIH Limited hosted its Annual Senior Citizen Luncheon on Sunday March 18th, 2017 at Thirst Park where over 600 persons including pensioners of the Company and members of benevolent organisations attended the event.

In delivering the feature address, Mr. Clifford Reis, Chairman/Managing Director said senior citizens should be shown more love and care.

“It is always our privilege to welcome you to Thirst Park for this Annual Luncheon and we will continue to support such programmes that cater for the less fortunate in our society as we demonstrate our love and care to you today”, he added.

Mr. Reis said “We have embarked on a programme of strengthening relationships we enjoy with our key stakeholders and we have been travelling across the country to meet with our shareholders and friends. Our coming together today represents just another facet of that journey of relationships.”

The Annual Luncheon formed part of the Company Corporate Social Responsibility programme and provided for the Company’s pensioners, members and residents of the Guyana Red Cross, Salvation Army, David Rose Centre, Guyana Legion, Guyana Society for the Blind, Guyana Association for the Visually Impaired, Uncle Eddies’ Home, Archer’s Home, St. Vincent de Paul Home among other organisations.

The attendees were provided with meals, refreshment, a hamper and financial donation.

The Annual Luncheon was organized as part of the Company Corporate Social Responsibility programme and catered for the Company’s pensioners, members and residents of the Guyana Red Cross, Salvation Army, David Rose Hostel, Guyana Legion, Guyana Institute for the Blind, Uncle Eddies’ Home, Archer’s Home, St. Vincent de Paul Home among other organisations.