Jordan Ahli Bank celebrates Eid with 100 children from care homes at the Children’s Museum Jordan

Jordan Ahli Bank celebrates Eid with 100 children from care homes at the Children’s Museum Jordan

AMMAN, JULY 7, 2022: Jordan Ahli Bank has sponsored on Sunday a charity lunch held for 100 children on the occasion of Eid Al-Adha at the Children’s Museum in Amman.

Children were invited from care homes and orphanages in coordination with the Ministry of Social Development, the Hussein Social Foundation, the Production Charity, and others.

The children toured the Museum and interacted with more than 185 exhibits, and got introduced to the Ahli Bank exhibit, which was designed to promote financial literacy and life skills for children. They were also entertained with a science show organized by the museum’s education experts to stimulate their curiosity. By the end of the visit, Jordan Ahli Bank’s representatives distributed a joyful variety of Eid gifts

“We are always delighted to support children’s activities that are in line with our social responsibility strategy, as we strongly believe that our fruitful partnership with the Children’s Museum Jordan reinforces the development of innovative educational content and fun learning,” said Jordan Ahli Bank’s CEO and General Manager, Muhammad Musa Daoud.

For her part, the Children’s Museum Jordan’s Director, Sawsan Dalaq, thanked Jordan Ahli Bank for its active role and contributions in supporting the museum’s educational programs, which emphasize its “learning through play” philosophy to provide a qualitative experience for the children while visiting the museum and learning through its interactive exhibits and educational programs.  .

Jordan Ahli Bank continues to invest in the community by supporting and implementing a wide range of projects and programs that have a direct and lasting impact on the community. Jordan Ahli Bank was the first to adopt and support the “Bank Exhibit” at the Children’s Museum; one of the most popular exhibits as it addresses financial literacy and educating children about savings and the difference between needs and desires.

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