Scotiabankers Go Blue For Autism
Nassau, The Bahamas, April 27, 2018 - Scotiabank employees across The Bahamas wore blue each Friday in April to bring awareness to Autism. The Bank also made a donation to Resources and Education for Autism and related Challenges (REACH) - a local support and advocacy group. Autism, a growing health concern, is recognized around the world each April during Autism Awareness Month.
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Pictured l to r: Maxine Seymour, Manager, Public & Corporate Affairs, Sponsorships & Philanthropy, Scotiabank; Nakera Symonette, Senior Manager, Marketing & Public Relations, Scotiabank Caribbean North; Dwayne Gibson, Chairman, Resources and Education for Autism and related Challenges (REACH); and Marcia Newball, Board Member, REACH.
Pictured l to r: Sean Albert, VP & District Head, Scotiabank Caribbean North and Marcia Newball, REACH Board Member with employees from Scotiabank’s Main Branch and Corporate Offices.
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For further information, please contact:
Manager Public & Corporate Affairs, Sponsorships & Philanthropy
t: (242) 356-1446
f: (242) 356-1601