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Sunday, November 25, 2012

SBI donates bus to Lakshya Sadhana

As part of its community service banking, State Bank of India has donated a Tata winger mini-bus to Lakshya Sadhana society for the mentally challenged here. The Chief General Manager of the bank, Rakesh Sharma, while donating it, said the Hyderabad circle of the bank is lending a helping hand to the needy. Recently, a minibus and hearing aids were donated to ‘Ashray-Akruti,’ an institution taking care of the hearing impaired. In the last financial year, SBI spent Rs 4 crore under corporate social responsibility activities. The circle has 1,300 branches and this year, an amount of Rs 6 crore has been earmarked for this activity. Each branch also donated 10 fans and a water purifier to schools. The SBI is in the process of donating nearly 25 medical vans to hospitals/health centres situated in the backward districts of Andhra Pradesh under the ‘Adoption of girl child’ scheme.


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