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NCB Promoting Education

Published:Wednesday | August 17, 2016 | 12:00 AM
Tareefe Montague (left), vice-president of Chancellor Hall Uplifting Brothers Society and former NCB Foundation scholar, commends participants of the four-week-long Literacy and Numeracy for Youth Programme. They are joined by (from second left) Elissa Valentine, Adrean Gentles, Shasanique Powell, Dwight Hyde of the National Commercial Bank, and Nick Pusey.
National Commercial Bank representatives join members of the organising team of the Literacy and Numeracy for Youth programme, participants and their parents in a celebratory moment at the recent closing ceremony.
Executive Director, Scientific Research Council (SRC), Dr. Cliff Riley (3rd right), accepts a cheque for $170,000 from NCB Matilda’s Corner Branch Manager, Dave Wilson (4th left), at the SRC’s Hope Road office on August 10. The funds will go towards expanding the ‘Energy For Young Minds’ (EFYM) programme of the SRC’s Caribbean Energy Information System (CEIS) Department. Others pictured (from left) are Team Leader for the CEIS, Curtis Deenah; Manager for the Information Services Division at the SRC, Kerry-Ann Curtis; Technical Information Officer, CEIS, Carol Davis; Kingston High School student, Alethia Thompson; Ardenne High School students Nicholi Bogues and Fabrizio Darby; and St. Hugh’s High School student Oshen Constable.
Sharon Tate (right), National Commercial Bank service quality manager – Duke Street, interacts with representatives at the Kingston Public Hospital’s Social Work Department at a recent visit to donate a new desktop to the Department to improve the competency and efficiency of the organisation in light of the administrative demands.
Kevin McDonald (right), National Commercial Bank service quality manager – New Kingston, greets the representatives of the Lupus Foundation at a recent visit where NCB donated a desktop to the Foundation’s new office space; looking on is Donna Clarke (second right), NCB Branch Manager - New Kingston.

The National Commercial Bank recently partnered with the Chancellor Hall Uplifting Brothers Society in their four-week programme aimed at improving the literacy and numeracy levels, as well as the behavioural and social skills of more than 20 children aged five to 11 years old from communities such as Papine, Mona, and August Town.


Lupus Foundation


In strengthening its digitisation thrust, the National Commercial Bank continues to support initiatives that promote efficiency and enhances productivity. To that end, they are supporting the Lupus Foundation and the social work department of the Kingston Public Hospital to improve their respective service delivery and overall performance.