By Fatou Sillah
In a demonstration of its commitment to corporate social responsibility, Trust Bank has donated medical essentials and consumables valued at D200,000 to the Essau District Hospital. The generous donation is part of Trust Bank’s ongoing initiative to bolster healthcare facilities nationwide.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony, Njilan Senghore, Managing Director of Trust Bank, underscored the significance of Essau District Hospital within the North Bank Region. Senghore remarked, “Essau District Hospital is a vital institution within the North Bank community, providing essential medical services to those in need. It is a place of hope, healing, and caring for individuals and families during their most vulnerable moments. As a responsible corporate citizen, it is our duty to support such an institution’s noble cause,”
Expressing gratitude for the communities that contribute to Trust Bank’s success, Senghore articulated the bank’s commitment to reciprocal support for the communities. She remarked, “When we reflect on Trust Bank’s success, we acknowledge the role played by the communities in which we operate. It is through the support and patronage of the Gambian community that we have achieved substantial growth and prosperity. Therefore, it is only fitting that we give back to those who have contributed to our success.”
Senghore assured the North Bank community of Trust Bank’s unwavering dedication to their well-being.
“To the community of North Bank, we are honored to be part of your lives and humbled by the trust you have placed in Trust Bank. We assure you that we will continue to strive for excellence in all that we do, and our commitment to your well-being remains steadfast.
The Principal Nursing Officer at Essau District Hospital conveyed gratitude for the substantial donation, assuring Trust Bank that the medical items would be utilized effectively to benefit patients.
Lamin Fofana, the Administrator of RHD North Bank West, also expressed appreciation, emphasizing the positive impact the donation would have on the lives and health of individuals receiving care at the hospital.