Scotiabank continues to give to Angel Tree Programme

The children of prison inmates will continue to experience Yuletide cheer and smiles on Christmas morning.

In its 12th year of partnership with Prison Fellowship Barbados, the Scotiabank recently handed over hundreds of gifts, donated by its employees and partners, to the non-profit organization’s Angel Tree Programme.

The Prison Fellowship’s Executive Director, Thomas Watts (LEFT), accepted the gifts from Branch Manager at Scotiabank Haggatt Hall, Brian Clarke (RIGHT). Mr. Watts expressed his gratitude for the Bank’s continued support of the programme.

Brian Clarke, Haggatt Hall Branch Manager said Scotiabank was happy to continue its more than decade-long partnership with the Prison Fellowship, giving hundreds of children across Barbados the joy of opening a gift on Christmas morning.

Clarke affirmed that he was particularly proud that the Scotiabank family continues to give willingly, in harmony with the Bank’s continuous encouragement of volunteerism among its staff members.

Last month, Minister of Home Affairs Adriel Brathwaite, who has responsibility for the prison service, urged corporate Barbados to support the 2016 Angel Tree Programme.

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