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Abbey Mortgage Bank donates 400 food packs in Lagos


As part of its ongoing commitment to eliminate hunger among vulnerable persons, Abbey Mortgage Bank, a primary mortgage bank in Nigeria, has distributed over 400 food packs to the Kuramo community in Victoria Island, Lagos State.

The donation is an initiative under the bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility Initiative tagged “Nourishing Communities” created to reach out to vulnerable persons and reduce the effect of hunger and poverty in society.

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Speaking during the distribution of the food packs to the Kuramo community includes Adetokunbo Ademola Street; Olosa Street; Karimu Kotun Street; Oyin Jolayemi Street; and Oko Awo Street; Dipo Adeoye, executive director, treasury and business growth at Abbey Mortgage Bank, noted that “This initiative shows the bank’s commitment to social responsibility and highlights Abbey’s efforts to make a positive impact beyond finance.

His words “In light of the prevailing economic challenges, Abbey Mortgage Bank recognizes the importance of giving back to society through the Abbey Food Drive.

“The success of our ‘Nourishing Communities’ Food Drive truly embodies the spirit of Abbey Mortgage Bank and we are immensely proud to have made a tangible impact on the lives of those in need. He stated.

Adeoye further noted that “This initiative is part of the bank’s commemoration of its 32nd Anniversary, emphasizing its longstanding commitment to serving the community.

One of the beneficiaries, Kunle Aderopo applauded Abbey Mortgage Bank for their kind gesture noting that “The foodstuff came at the right time because things are extremely expensive to afford” He thanked the management of the bank and urged other corporate organizations and philanthropists to emulate the bank’s gesture.