The Housing Bank, the most widespread bank in the Kingdom, has announced that it will be supporting the activities of the Promise Welfare Society, a move that comes in line with its corporate social responsibility strategy. Promise Welfare Society, which is headed by Her Royal Highness Princess Alia Al-Tabbaa, and a number of Jordanian women who volunteer their time and effort to further the mission of the organization.
Through the agreement, the bank will cover the tuition fees of a number of outstanding students at Jordanian universities through the Promise Welfare Society, allowing them to complete their university education in line with the bank’s belief in the importance of scientific excellence. The cooperation agreement also supports the association’s goal of making a tangible impact on the lives of individuals and families based on its belief that everyone has a right to education.
Furthermore, the Housing Bank will offer it support to the society throughout the month of Ramadan by distributing magnetized cards to a number of less-fortunate families in the south of Jordan, allowing them to cover their food requirements from the Military Consumer Corporation. Through their concerted efforts and cooperation, the Housing Bank and the Promise Welfare Society will empower families with limited income to cope with the burdens of daily life, especially in light of the difficult circumstances brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.
The Housing Bank has always been an avid supporter of the education sector, believing in the importance of its fundamental role in society as well as its vital contribution in achieving sustainable development. Also, through its corporate responsibility strategy, the bank champions Jordanian youth and their activities, motivating and supporting them to work hard and excel in order to ensure their qualifications when entering the job market. Annually, the Housing Bank partners with like-minded institutions to offer outstanding students the Housing Bank Scholarship, which covers university fees and tuition.