The “Bai-Tushum” Bank has congratulated all kids with the International Children’s Day

30.05.2014

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For the Bai Tushum Bank the International Children’s Day became traditional the rendering of charitable support to orphanages, social and vulnerable children, including children from asocial families, special needs children, to boarding schools and other social institutions through participation in financing on purchasing of necessary goods or organizations of holidays, and likewise rendering other help.

“The best of our life is related to children, – noted Gulnara Shamshieva, General Manager of Bai Tushum Bank. Therefore our main goals, for us – adults are to protect rights of each child, to surround children with care and kindness, and to give them joy and our attention. Bai-Tushum Bank carries out support of child care facilities for 13 years. For the last 5 years the Bank rendered charitable and sponsor’s support to children and child care facilities throughout Kyrgyzstan for amount more than 2,5 million KGS”.

In this year, charitable actions of the Bank covered more than 1000 children which received support in kind of address delivery of gifts with sweets, grocery packages, toys and office supplies. By the holiday, the Bank helped to solve number of problems of several child care social facilities with which staff of the Bank is connected by long-term friendship. For orphanages were purchased household appliances, and were organized holiday and competitions with prizes.

About the Bai-Tushum Bank

Bai-Tushum was created in 2000 by the U.S. International Development Organization ACDI/ VOCA. On November 13, 2012, Bai-Tushum became the first microfinance organization in Central Asia to receive a full banking license from the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic. In 13 years the organization has become one of the largest microfinance institutions in the Kyrgyz Republic with the total assets amounting to USD 130 million. Today, the Bai-Tushum Bank is among the seven largest banks in the Kyrgyz Republic, serving more than 32,000 clients.