Our Community Care programme focuses on our commitment to financial inclusion. We’re educating the next generation to help to ensure a brighter financial future and empowering people with disabilities to live fulfilled lives.
To create positive change
By addressing needs in the community – that make a real impact
By supporting long-term, meaningful and scalable programmes
By inspiring our employees and partners to take action through volunteer-led opportunities
Financial education and literacy
Gaining financial literacy early in life helps build better money habits and supports a brighter future. That’s why we want to equip children and young people with the skills to become financially capable, and at the same time inspire them to be their own agents of change. Our partnership programmes with Humanity and Inclusion (HI), and Junior Achievement (JA) aim to develop employability and entrepreneurship skills, so that our young people can live fulfilled lives with better financial stability and protection.