50 years of social responsibility to your community…we are nation builders. Here’s how we do it
Doing our part to stop a silent killer
The Bank has been partnering with the St. Kitts Diabetes Association for over 5 years to assist and increase awareness about the disease and its related issues. We believe that this essential collaboration will mitigate the high incidence of diabetes in the Federation. Included in the Week’s Activities are health workshops, radio interviews, and the signature event the Annual Health Walk.
Sports build youths…youths build the nation
Our sponsorship in sports for many decades has helped us in building sustainable relationships with the communities and has provided an improved and great experience for Sports fans.
Computer Donations to Primary Schools
Learning to navigate the new world
National Bank has played a pivotal role in the development of our youth through providing and improving educational resources in schools throughout St. Kitts and Nevis. Our donation of computers to primary schools in recent years is a further testimony of our commitment to seeing our Youths achieve education excellence.
St. Christopher Children’s Home
Step by Step in support of care and love
National has been a longstanding partner of the St. Christopher Children’s Home, and in recent years has significantly contributed to its signature fund raising event – The Annual Family Walk/Run. For over 65 years, the Home has offered a safe and loving environment to orphans and neglected children, providing 24-hour care, supervision, food, clothing, school supplies, extracurricular activities and health care.
Building a nation of excellence starts here
National’s financial assistance to the Pediatric Association League (PALs) for over 2 decades has assisted with providing medical treatment for many children in the Federation with varying health conditions.
National’s 10-year partnership with the St. Christopher Outreach Center (Soup Kitchen) has provided financial assistance for over 100 homeless persons and shut-ins to be fed daily. Members of the Bank’s staff have volunteered at times to assist during the lunch hour at the Center.