Our contribution to “Together we are all fine” is a national duty


Abu Dhabi: The Gulf

Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank announced the provision of 25 million dirhams in support of the “Together We Are All Right” program launched by the Community Contributions Authority “Together” to receive contributions from individuals, entities and companies to support all efforts under the current health conditions.
Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank was one of the pioneering institutions to provide support for this program, in a step to strengthen national efforts to address the health and economic crisis amid the implications of the emerging Corona virus.
Commenting on this issue, Joan Owaida Al Khaili, Chairman of the Board of Directors, expressed the pride and appreciation of the “Abu Dhabi Islamic” family for the efforts made by the government of the United Arab Emirates and the Executive Council of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and national bodies and institutions to address this crisis. Our contribution is a national obligation and duty emanating from ADIB’s keenness to activate the role of national institutions to participate in supporting this program, and confirms our commitment to support and support humanitarian and social issues, in line with the foundations of the bank’s social responsibility.
The Community Contributions Authority “Together” has announced the launch of the “Together We Are Fine” program to support the efforts of the Abu Dhabi government to overcome the current challenges by activating the role of social responsibility by opening the door for financial, voluntary and in-kind contributions from individuals and institutions.
The bank also launched a series of measures to ease the burden of customers who have been affected by the consequences of the emerging corona virus. These procedures include the bank’s individual and corporate customers.


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