Everest Bank Donates School Van to Self-Help Group for Cerebral Palsy

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Everest Bank Donates School Van to Self-Help Group for Cerebral Palsy

December 8: Everest Bank Ltd has handed over a school van to Self-Help Group for Cerebral Palsy, Nepal (SGCP) located Dhapakhel, Lalitpur. The bank said in a statement that it donated the van under its Under Corporate Social Responsibility.

SGCP is a non-governmental and non- profit organization fully committed to helping children and adults with cerebral palsy and to providing emotional and practical support to their parents, the statement added.

The bank said it has been organizing various social programs for the benefit of the people at large and has always focused on customer's benefit and satisfaction with its theme 'Service with Smile'.

The school-van was handed over to Bimal Lal Shrestha, Chief Executive Officer of SGCP, jointly by the bank’s Director Baal Gopal Baidya and CEO Gajendra Kumar Negi.

Everest Bank said it currently has a customer base of over 1 million. The bank has been providing its services through a network of 94 branches, 30 revenue collection counters, and 122 ATMs across the country.

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