Staff of Universal Merchant Bank (UMB), one of Ghana’s leading indigenous banks, have donated a brand new Hyundai H1 bus to the Woodfield Manor Autism and Special Needs School at Adenta in Accra.
The donation is part of the bank’s corporate social responsibility initiatives, which is centered on education.
Presenting the bus to the school, UMB Director of Finance and Administration, Kwame Adjei-Adjivonh, stated that UMB seeks to make a difference in the lives of people and that the staff of the bank are humbled and honoured to contribute to shaping the lives of the children at the school.
Mr. Adjei-Adjivonh commended the management and staff of the Woodfield Manor School and praised their hard work and dedication in providing a sound education for children at the school.Madam Cornelia Boateng, proprietress and owner of the school, thanked the staff of UMB for the kind gesture and noted that the bus will significantly enhance the ability of the school to plan learning activities outside the school.
Universal Merchant Bank (UMB) is a full-service financial institution specializing in customized banking products and services.
UMB opened on March 15, 1972 and is a leading Ghanaian indigenous bank with considerable financial expertise.
UMB is recognized for its entrepreneurial approach, innovative use of technology, and distinctive banking solutions.
UMB currently has 28 branches and a vast network of ATMs.