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Employee Volunteerism Scheme

Employee Volunteerism Scheme is one of Polaris Bank's strong Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives. The scheme was institutionalized in Polaris Bank with the objective of affecting community productivity on a small scale, which will in turn evolve into significant benefits for national development in the long run. In doing this, we believe the future is secured, based on sustainability which is key to our development and formation as an enduring institution.

We are focused on positively impacting communities through sound ethical business practices that support the building of a prosperous society while also contributing to a safe and viable environment. As a leading Commercial Bank in Nigeria, we are aware of our responsibilities towards enhancing the quality of life of the people in our community, protecting our environment and ensuring the growth of our business.

Polaris Bank strives to give all its employees the opportunity to achieve organizational, professional and personal goals in a respectful and inclusive workplace initiated and supported by leadership at all levels. Employees are not locked in a strait jacket of an "8am to 5pm" work environment. We know that they live within a community and as such encourage them to take up initiatives that help resolve the challenges in the society. We believe that by giving a helping hand to society, they become more fulfilled and committed to helping the Bank achieve its goals.

Under the auspices of the Employee Volunteerism Scheme (EVS), during one of the projects handled, the Bank's employees across Nigeria made voluntary cash donations to acquire relief materials such as food items, toiletries, blankets and other clothing accessories valued at almost N20 million for Internally Displaced People (IDPs) in Northern Nigeria. They also donated towards the provision of infrastructure/ school upgrades and learning materials for school libraries across the country's geo-political zones for another year's project.