When it comes to solidarity, all the help makes a difference. NOVO BANCO knows it and does its part to help to overcome social, emotional and cultural needs, along with other realities of the daily lives of citizens, whether these are generated by lack of opportunities or for example, by existing injustices in society, it is one of the missions of the Bank.
NOVO BANCO focused largely, its contribution in supporting children and young people at risk and needy population, developing their corporate social responsibility activities in two areas:
- Own initiatives - solidarity initiatives undertaken by the bank, such as NOVO BANCO Crowdfunding and NOVO BANCO Volunteering program;
- Initiatives in partnership with social solidarity institutions - developing a close relationship with a diversity of institutions, through partnerships, so that they can continue with their mission of preparing children and disadvantaged people to integrate into society on equal opportunities logic.
COVID-19 – “A friend in need is a friend indeed”
NOVO BANCO's partnership with AMI is currently established in the campaign A friend in need is a friend indeed, that emerged in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. This campaign aims to help contain the spread of Coronavirus amongst the most vulnerable population supported by AMI.
To increase the support given to elderly and other groups of risk such as cancer patients, people living with HIV, diabetics, monoparental families and other cases of social isolation that are beneficiaries of Porta Amiga Centers as well as other elderly people identified by social services in contact with AMI.
If you want to be part of this mission and help delivering essential goods to the most vulnerable beneficiaries supported by AMI in Portugal, you can choose three ways of doing it:
- Make a donation;
- Registering as a volunteer, by filling out the form below (you have to be between 18 and 50 years old and not have any underlying conditions);
- Advertising this campaign on social networks.
Click here to know more about solidarity institutions that the Bank is associate.