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Wanfuteng Bank has spent approximately Vt7 million on relief supplies for families affected by Tropical Cyclone Harold.
The Bank purchased 1,000 clothing items, including ‘Aelan dresses’ from Ni-Vanuatu tailors in Port Vila, 1,000 four litres of water from Vanuatu Beverage limited, 3,000 canned food items, plates and other utensils to be delivered to 1,000 affected families.
Twenty employees from Wanfuteng Bank spent the whole day on Wednesday 22 April at a warehouse at Stade Area where all the supplies were stocked, selecting and packaging the goods prior to the handing over to the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO).
Winners of the Wanfuteng Christmas Draw gathered yesterday at the bank to receive their share of the Vt500,000 golden prize.
The five lucky winners received a Vt500,000 cheque, handed over by CEO Catherine Le Bourgeois who congratulated the winners and conveyed her continuous support towards the Education sector.
The cheque is promised to greatly assist a student’s tuition fees for the whole year.
This applies only for secondary students with good school reports.
The tuition fees will be paid directly to the school.
Head of Relationship Banking, Tek Kon Lim said, “since the opening, Wanfuteng has expanded its services and will start other similar campaigns/programs throughout the year which will contribute greatly to communities around the country”.
The Christmas Draw was held last year on 23rd-24th of December at Feiawa park (Seafront) where partakers would register for an opportunity to win one of five Wanfuteng Bank scholarship for 2020.
Wanfuteng Bank Limited, had recently installed its first remote location ATM at Tana Russet Plaza mall in Port Vila
Services enabled on the terminal include dispensing and accepting Vatu bill denominations for its valued customers.
IT Manager, confirms that additional ATM installations are currently in progress and expect to allow more service delivery in early 2020.