STAFF of Fidelity Bank Plc working
under the auspices of Fidelity Helping
Hands Programme, FHHP, a special
purpose vehicle for the bank’s
Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR,
has constructed water treatment plant
and donated computers and other
office equipment to the Nigerian Naval
Medical Centre, Naval Dockyard,
Victoria Island, Lagos.
Commissioning the project, managing
director/chief executive officer of the
bank, Nnamdi Okonkwo said that the bank, as a socially responsible institution,
takes pride in its humble accomplishment
in entrenching the culture of true and
responsible citizenship among staff
members through regular training
programmes and integration exercises in
the bank’s various business offices.
“It is this passion for our country and
our people that has motivated the staff
driven initiative which we fondly call the
Fidelity Helping Hands Programme.”
While commending staff of the Human
Resources Division of the bank, who
in their little corners contributed their
widow’s mite to construct the water Cont’d 40
treatment plant and provide office
equipment for the Naval Medical
Centre, Okonkwo noted that Fidelity
Bank was the only bank in the country
where staff contribute their salaries to
embark on projects that impact on the
lives of their host communities.
“Fidelity Bank strives to reinforce
strong, healthy community relations
by identifying with communities in
activities that are most relevant to them.
“We play a leading role in identifying
with and seeking solutions to the problems of our host
He explained that in CSR, the
community is like a farmland
where every man chooses
the acreage to till and urged
other corporate institutions to
emulate Fidelity Bank in its
drive to make the world a better
place for humanity.
Though, the Fidelity Bank CSR
philosophy rests on a tripod –
the environment, education and
health/social welfare, the bank
through the all-inclusive bottomtop
CSR approach, FHHP has
impacted positively on the lives
of its host communities across
the country.

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