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Heritage Bank Limited to gift 12 new homes to deserving families

Posted: Friday, January 22, 2021. 11:36 am CST.

By BBN Staff: In commemoration of their 20th anniversary, Heritage Bank Limited will be gifting 12 new homes to deserving families.

At an event to be held next week, the Bank will unveil their signature charitable initiative for 2021.

The Bank is committing to donate one new home each month this year, to a total of twelve to deserving customers of the bank.

“This initiative will be executed in partnership with Hand-in-Hand Ministries with whom we have enjoyed a fruitful partnership over the years. Customers of Heritage Bank Limited who earn $1,200 or less monthly and have a clear housing need qualify to apply,” a statement from the bank said.

Application forms can be collected from any of their branches countrywide or from their website.

Completed application forms can be dropped off at any of the bank’s branches that is convenient to the applicant.

Heritage bank says that applications will be vetted by an independent committee comprising of representatives of the Bank and Hand in Hand Ministries, against set criteria.

“The Executive Management and staff at Heritage Bank Belize Limited thank our customers for their confidence in our bank and loyalty to our team over the past two decades, and we commit to always give back to our customers as a show of gratitude and social responsibility,” a statement from the bank expressed.

 

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