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Rosabon Financial Services kicks off 2015 CSR initiative

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Head of Strategy and Marketing Rosabon Nigeria, Chidimma Onyeokoro. Image source nigeriacommunicationsweek

Head of Strategy and Marketing Rosabon Nigeria, Chidimma Onyeokoro. Image source nigeriacommunicationsweek

ROSABON Financial Services, a non-banking institution has rolled out series of customer focused Corporate Social Responsibilities (CSR) campaigns and partnerships that are in line with its goals of community development and customer satisfaction in 2015.

From health focused initiatives like the distribution of IT learning systems and relief materials to the management of Heart of Gold Hospital, Surulere and the Little Saint Orphanage Palm groove, to Financial literacy focused initiatives like training camps and meetups, the company has continued to show commitment to society and is poised to do more in 2015.

The firm explained that this years’ CSR project seeks to encourage the hard working-men and women of the marketplace by ensuring that they are well protected against any climate change.

The Rosabon team distributed over 1500 Umbrellas in the most populated marketplaces in Lagos and Port Harcourt in areas like the Yaba market, Oyingbo, Lagos Island, Bariga, Orile and in Port Harcourt; Artillery Junction, Airforce Junction, Rumuola, Garrison, Oil Mill Junction, among others.

Speaking about the initiative, Head of Strategy and Marketing Rosabon Nigeria, Chidimma Onyeokoro said: “At Rosabon, we are passionate about community building and development, and we never allow the economic climate to affect our commitment to our customers and our community.

“In 2014, we embarked on a series of community building drives, and this year we plan to increase this with several initiatives planned by the team.”

Rosabonh won the 2014 award for African Financial Quality Service from the Institute for Government Research, Leadership and Technology, Abuja,.



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