ADIB’s move is in line with national efforts to address the current health and economic crisis caused by COVID-19.
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank (ADIB), a leading financial institution, has announced contributing Dhs25 million to Ma’an’s ‘Together We Are Good’ programme, designed to encourage financial and in-kind contributions from individuals and companies to support the community. ADIB is one of the first institutions to provide support for this programme, in line with national efforts to address the current health and economic crisis caused by COVID-19.
Commenting on the contribution, Jawaan Awaidha Suhail Al Khaili, Chairman of ADIB, expressed his appreciation on behalf of everyone at ADIB for the efforts made by the Government of the UAE and the Executive Council of Abu Dhabi, and other national bodies and institutions, to address the current situation. He added that the bank’s contribution is a national duty emanating from ADIB's desire to play an active role in supporting humanitarian and societal issues in line with the bank's core values.
The Authority of Social Contribution – Ma’an launched the ‘Together We Are Good’ programme to provide the community with the chance to support Abu Dhabi Government’s efforts to address the current health and economic challenges. The programme stimulates social responsibility through opening the door for financial and in-kind contributions from individuals and companies.
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