Corporate social responsibility


Bai-Tushum Bank has been contributing to society support and development for 18 years through the implementation of charity and sponsorship programs and projects in education, sport and social security. This activities form an integral part of bank’s business and, ultimately, promote the sustainable economic development, improved quality of life and social support of population in the regions.

 Priority is given to regular clients and beneficiaries that significantly contribute to society development for many years: to kindergartens, socially vulnerable children, including children from asocial families, children with disabilities, boarding schools and nursing homes for elderly. It is necessary to point out that the Bank regularly provides assistance to those, who are in need and who don’t receive sufficient support from the state.

In addition to its engagement in charity events, the Bank on individual basis regularly assists those people, who really require such assistance, by paying for expensive treatment, purchasing medicine, food and cloths. Bank’s employees actively participate in financial aid mobilization, and promptly respond to the requests of fellow citizens by collecting money, books, toys, cloths etc.

Social projects

Responsibility. Assistance. Support . Development

Since the founding the Bank has been actively involved in promoting social and economic development of the country, always focusing its activities on the international practice of corporate social responsibility and seeking to make a significant contribution to improving the welfare of the population and sustainable development of the regions through the launch of social programs.

The Board of Directors of the Bai-Tushum Bank made decision on borders expanding of charity and support of projects contributing to improving standards of life in regions of Kyrgyzstan. After investigation of the most urgent problems in distant regions, the Bank selected for funding and successfully completed 7 social projects in Talas, Chui, Batken, Naryn, Jalalabat and Osh oblasts for total amount more than 4,1 mln. KGS.