New Delhi, India, April 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Chairman and MD of Apex Bank visit SOS Shillong village on 28th March, 2013.
Apex bank, a premier organization has decided to fund education for 10 children at SOS Shillong, the independent, non-governmental, social development organization. Apex bank has initiated this as an endeavour to support the work done by SOS villages. The Chairman, Shri W.K. Kyndiah, and MD Shri D.F. War, Apex bank visited the Shillong SOS village to express their solidarity for this cause.
Mr. Rakesh Jinsi National Director & Secretary General,SOS Children's Villages Of India, (based in delhi ) said, “It’s overwhelming to see organizations like APEX Bank take initiatives to contribute to the society voluntarily. We are pleased and thankful to them for coming up with the idea of enlightening 10 SOS children with education and we look forward to a long term association with them.”
Shri W.K. Kyndiah, Chairman, Apex Bank said, “It is our pleasure to be a part of such a noble movement. We take pride in the whole responsibility that we’ve taken up to fund the education of 10 children from the SOS Village in Shillong. I hope and I wish we could help more and more such children.”
Apex bank was initiated back in the fifties with the aim of helping the farmers in India and various other classes in the society to meet their financial requirements. It has attractive loan and deposit schemes to suit the farmers. Farming being a major occupation for a majority of people in India, ever since its inception, Apex bank has been helping people in its own way and working towards the betterment of the society.
About SOS Village India:
SOS Children’s Villages in India provides parentless and abandoned children with a nurturing environment where they can grow up to their full potential. Founded in 1964 by Dr. Hermann Gmeiner, it is a part of the worldwide SOS Children’s Village movement and a member of SOS Children’s Villages International, the umbrella organization. Today, there are 33 SOS Children’s Villages including the newly set up village in Tirupati, 122 allied projects like Kindergartens, Hermann Gmeiner Schools, Social and Medical Centres, Vocational Training Centres and Outreach Initiatives spread across the country. SOS-India now constitutes the largest operations in the worldwide SOS movement spread across 133 countries. Based on the unique concept of Family Based Care (FBC), SOS Children's Villages creates a home-like environment offering love, dignity, solace and hope.