Residents of Luwero are set to benefit from dfcu’s financial literacy program that is coordinated through the bank’s Savings and Investment Clubs and Women in Business (WIB) flagship programmes.
This was announced today during the handover of 600 bags of cement valued at close to Shs 17 million that will go towards the completion of the Luwero District Head-quarters.
The event took place at the district headquarters, and speaking at the handover ceremony, the dfcu Bank Head-Brand, Marketing and Communications, Jude Kansiime said the contribution is a demonstration of the bank’s commitment to enhancing its relationship with the key stakeholders in the communities in which it operates.
“dfcu Bank holds the development of the communities in which it operates in high regard. We believe that nurturing the relationship with our key stakeholders is a key enabler to the realization of the present and future development goals that help our society make socio-economic advancements beneficial to all,” Kansiime said.
“Over the coming months, we will be offering financial literacy through our flagship dfcu Women in Business and dfcu Investment Clubs programs. We believe that this is one of the ways we can sustainably contribute to community empowerment,” Kansiime added.
As part of its sustainability and responsibility agenda, in April 2017 the dfcu bank, through its Luwero branch, participated in the Sanitation Day organized by the Luwero Town Council in addition to providing food supplies to the Moslem community in Kasana, Luwero during the Holy Month of Ramadhan.