The Power to Make a Difference News

Republic Bank (Suriname) N.V. partners with Polytechnic College Suriname to invests in quality education

Paramaribo, Suriname, May 29, 2024: “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” - Benjamin Franklin, said Margerie Telgt, acting director of PTC Suriname even before signing the contract of a four (4) year agreement with the Bank.


Suriname gets Kidney Dialysis Center for children

Kidney diseases are the 5th leading cause of death in Suriname, according to the WHO 2017 report on World Health rankings. It is therefore important that regular dialysis is taking place for persons with kidney diseases.

Republic Bank makes primary school ‘Groot-Henarpolder’ happy with new restrooms

After months of efforts, it was finally time for the delivery of the new restrooms on Friday, February 21st, 2020.

Republic Bank invests SRD 650,000 in community through ‘The Power to Make a Difference’ programme

“Today’s event holds special significance for us, as after having been welcomed by the national community 3.5 years ago, we continue to see great progress in our business operations and our social outreach programme” says Managing Director, Sean Husain, during the official launch of Republic Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme ‘The Power to Make a Difference’ for 2018-2019.


Republic Bank Suriname invests SRD 825.000 in community

On December 13, 2017, Republic Bank Suriname proudly launched its Power to Make A Difference programme for 2018. With this annual programme, the Bank commits to its Corporate Social Responsibility and aims to enhance the quality of life for our current and next generations.


Commissioning 'new playpens' on the Diakonessen Hospital Children's Ward

On January 24 last, the official commissioning took place of the five 'new playpens' on the Children's Ward of the Diakonessen Hospital Paramaribo. As part of Republic Bank's social-welfare program The Power to Make a Difference, the renovation and upgrading of these five rooms (called ‘playpens’) started in 2016.


Republic Bank Invests $20 Million In NGO And CBO Causes

Port-of-Spain, Trinidad: January 19, 2015: In its drive to continue to make a positive difference, Republic Bank has renewed its commitment to some of this country's groups and organizations, by pledging $20 million as part of the Bank’s Power to Make a Difference initiative. The programme which is in its 12th year was launched on Saturday January 17, at the Bank’s Head Office, on Park Street, Port-of-Spain.
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