Sanima Bank (Sanima) has provided scholarship to 28 poor/underprivileged students from its 14 branches outside the valley forming a Recommendation Committee consisting Reputed and a Distinguish Figures of local communities. Under the scholarship program, students are admitted in the colleges & faculties on their own choice and are facilitated with tuition fees, books, stationeries and monthly stipend. Sanima has provided scholarship for two years worth of NPR 40,078 in an average to each student each year. Sanima congratulates all the awarded students and wishes for their further endeavor.
Sanima celebrated its 7th Annual Day by organizing Blood Donation Programs in its different branches where it exists and operates; namely Biratnagar, Pokhara, Bhandara of Chitwan, Myanglung of Terathum, Dhading, Belbari, Nepalgunj (also foods were distributed to Old age Home), Suryabinayak, Narayanghat, Damak, Birgunj and Kalanki. The event turns out to be very successful as there was equal participation of the locals from the respective areas. Similarly, one day free health check up camp was also organized in Gurjudhara-Matatirtha where more than 120 people got the basic treatment with free medicines. All together 560 people has donated their blood in the program organized by Sanima to make its 7th Annual day remarkable. Sanima Bank expresses its gratitude to all the participants for joining hands with Sanima in all the programs organized and their valuable supports.
Sanima, supported the children of Social Welfare Children Home situated at Paanchkhal Kavrepalanchowk, one of the branches of Nepal Children's Organization (NCO, also known as Balmandir) with the necessary clothing and Food stuffs. The event was organized at Bal Mandir, Naxal where the Head Liability Marketing, Mr. Santosh Koirala Handed over the Stuffs to Mr. Tulsi Narayan Shrestha, Vice-Chairman of Nepal Children Organization and also assured to make continuous contribution for the well being of society in upcoming days as well.
Sanima, on the occasion of its 7th Annual day organized Free Health Checkup Camp at Inaruwa in association with Nobel Medical College and Research Center, Biratnagar. The health checkup services included General Medicine and Cardiology, Gynecology & Obstetrics, Pediatrics, General Surgery, Psychiatry, Orthopedics, Dermatology, ENT, Ophthalmology and Dental Check up. More than 2300 locals participated in the program and benefited from the health services provided
Sanima, in association with Mero Dental Hospital and Research Center Pvt. Ltd and Mahendrashwar Karyabinayak Samaj Tol Sudhar Samiti organized a free Dental Checkup Camp at Gongabu. In the program basic Treatment along with the required medicine were provided free of cost to more than 200 participants. Also, 20 chairs were donated to Mahendrashwar Karyabinayak Samaj Tol Sudhar Samiti in the same program.
Sanima, donated a Photocopy Machine with an additional feature of Printer and scanner to Nandi Secondary School, a Government School having more than 700 Students located at Nagpokhari, Naxal. Sanima is consistently doing such kind of CSR activities to support different sectors of society by identifying their needs.
Sanima, in line with celebrating its 6th Annual Day, provided support for milk to infants residing at NCO Children Home, Naxal. The support for milk (Lacto gene) was provided to 40 infants for a month which was handed over by CEO of Sanima, Mr. Kumar Lamsal. Total of NPR 108,400.00 was provided as a support for milk, where part of the amount was distributed in the form of goods (lacto gene) and remaining amount in cheque
Sanima believes that its prosperity is directly linked with the well-being of the society in which it operates. Being a responsible corporate entity, Sanima is well aware of its social responsibilities. To affect this, a blood donation program had been conducted at the periphery of "Nagpokhari ". In the program more than 85 people including locals and staffs donated their blood which was handed over to Bhaktapur Blood Bank. In the very occasion an awareness program regarding "Eye Donation" was also conducted.
Sanima, in line with celebrating its 6th Annual Day, provided support for milk to infants residing at NCO Children Home, Naxal. The support for milk (Lacto gene) was provided to 40 infants for a month which was handed over by CEO of Sanima, Mr. Kumar Lamsal. Total of NPR 108,400.00 was provided as a support for milk, where part of the amount was distributed in the form of goods (lacto gene) and remaining amount in cheque.
Sanima organized "Jestha Nagarik Samman Karyakram" which was a big and exemplary event in Damak. Around 200 Senior Citizens attended the program and were commended on the occasion of "Kushe Aushi" (Father's Day).