Sharing in the presentation are; Mr. Melvin Lewis, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Mary Ingraham Centre and Treasurer of the Bahamas Conference of Seventh Day Adventists; Ms. Elizabeth Diggiss form the Ministry of Health and Social Services; Mrs. Glorian Storr, Administrator, Ms. Myers; Ms. Rosemary Bain of the Ministry of Health and Social Services; and Mrs. Jan Weech, Manager, Scotiabank’s Mortgage Centre.
Nassau The Bahamas – Scotiabank recently donated a 12-seater L-300 bus to the administrators of the Mary Ingraham Inter-Generational Care Centre, another example of how the bank is positively touching the lives of individuals in the communities in which we live and work.
“Scotiabank is pleased to donate this bus to the Centre, moreso, because the Centre cares for our most precious citizens -the very young and the elderly,” said Andrea Myers, Scotiabank’s Assistant Manager, Marketing and Public Relations.
“This donation clearly demonstrates that Scotiabank is setting the foundation for achieving sustained growth through efforts that contribute to the sustainable development of our communities.
We want our customers to know that choosing Scotiabank, means getting the best in customer service, products and financial advice, as well as choosing to build relationships with a bank that is committed to customers and to the community.”
Scotiabank shares this spotlight with Andeaus Insurance. Company executive Mr. Andrew Flowers, enthusiastically donated one full year of full-comprehensive insurance for the bus, making it one less thing that the Centre has to worry about.
Ms. Glorian Storr, the home’s Administrator accepted the keys to the bus and thanked Scotiabank for continuing to demonstrate that they care about the community. “Scotiabank is a company that continues to show how much they care. We are really happy that we can now chauffeur residents, in some level of comfort, to and from doctors’ appointments, and other engagements.”