A fundraiser open to directors and all employees of the Group
Bper Banca launches the ‘United for the Turkish and Syrian population’ project, which provides for fundraising open to directors and all employees of the Group, the proceeds of which will be donated to the Italian Red Cross in support of the Turkish and Syrian Red Crescent forces involved, since the first moments following the terrible earthquake of recent days, to help the affected communities. Each employee can choose to make a donation, according to their means, the amount of which will later be supplemented by the Bank.
The initiative, reads a note, involves all the people of the Bper Banca Group, which includes, in addition to Bper Banca, Banco di Sardegna and Banca Cesare Ponti. Alongside this important initiative, the “Turkey-Syria Earthquake Emergency” solidarity campaign has also been activated, which gives customers the opportunity to help the Group raise funds for the Red Cross, by donating through Internet Banking, both from the App that from PC. As for the specific banking activity, it was decided to zero the commissions of all transfers to the IT93H0200803284000105889169 account of the Italian Red Cross.
In this period, already accompanied by a very complex international situation, comments the president of Bper Banca, Flavia Mazzarella, “we are witnessing the frequent occurrence of extreme natural events, which arouse strong emotion and concern in us. The earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria is in fact one of the strongest ever recorded in those regions in over a century.Through the fundraising campaign ‘United for the Turkish and Syrian population’ – continues Mazzarella -, which involves all the resources of our banking group, we want to give a sign of closeness and solidarity towards these communities. The entire proceeds from the donations will be donated to the Italian Red Cross, in support of the Turkish and Syrian Red Crescent Societies, which were immediately engaged in rescuing the people affected by the consequences of this terrible earthquake “.