Arabi Online
Arabi Connect
Arabi Online
Arabi Connect

What are you looking for?
How can we help?

  • NewsEN


Al Joud Foundation recently concluded the “Sunbulah” initiative through a ceremony honoring the winning schools for the year 2021-2022, held under the patronage of Her Highness Princess Alia Tawfiq Tabbaa, and with the support of Arab Bank. 

The ceremony was held at Princess Alia School for Girls theater and was attended by His Excellency Dr. Nawaf Ajarmeh, the Secretary General for Educational Affairs. 

Arab Bank’s sponsorship of the initiative comes as part of the bank’s efforts in supporting vital initiatives aimed at enhancing the school environment and enabling teachers to spread the culture of social entrepreneurship in collaboration with the local community. 

The initiative witnessed the participation of over 300 teachers from all levels across 68 public schools.  

Commenting on the importance of community initiatives at public schools, Managing Partner of Al Jude Foundation, Maher Kaddoura said that the “Sunbulah” initiative seeks to enable school staff to overcome their work challenges and cooperate in reflecting their achievements on the school environment by promoting knowledge exchange among the teachers and the students. 

Kaddoura also expressed his pride in collaborating with Arab Bank as an exclusive sponsor for this initiative, reaffirming its active role in achieving the foundation’s goals. 

Arab Bank’s support of this initiative is part of its social responsibility program “Together”, a multi-faceted program that works on improving and developing different aspects of the community. Through a variety of initiatives and activities, the program aims to serve the community in areas related to health, poverty alleviation, environmental protection, education, and orphan support.

Sep 12, 2022
Supported by Arab Bank “Sunbulah” Initiative Concludes its Activities

Arab Bank employees recently volunteered in several cultural initiatives and activities held for the Charity Clothing Bank’s beneficiary children at the Knowledge Path Library by Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation, Arab Bank’s cultural and social responsibility arm.

Over the past years and pre-covid, the Knowledge Path library welcomed a number of Arab Bank employees who volunteered to host reading and cultural activities for underprivileged children. This comes as part of Arab Bank’s commitment towards its social responsibility, and its constant efforts to enhance the learning environment for children. 

The knowledge path’s team organized a number of initiatives for 15 children, which included a storytelling segment, where the children enjoyed a collection of stories and cultural tales narrated by the library’s “Hakawati” in addition to a number of arts and crafts activities that aim to nourish the children’s love for reading given the role of art in storytelling through building their favorite story character. Music activities were also conducted using a number of musical and signing instruments in addition to a free reading session, where the children were able to search for a book or story to read. 

The initiative witnessed great participation from the children and provided a safe space to explore through a variety of interactive and reading activities that stimulate their creative skills and abilities. 

It is worth mentioning that the Knowledge Path Library, part of Abdul Hameed Shoman Foundation, is a children’s library that opened its doors in 2013 for children and teens of diverse backgrounds as a creative and interactive knowledge space that is trusted by parents. 

Sep 4, 2022
Arab Bank Volunteers Participate in a Cultural Initiative for Children at Knowledge Path Library

In line with the strategic collaboration between Arab Bank and Tkiyet Um Ali, the bank continued its support to Tkiyet Um Ali’s programs. Arab Bank employees participated in distributing monthly food parcels to Tkiyet Um Ali’s sponsored families in Qasabet Irbid through assisting TUA’s team in the registration process and the distribution of parcels as part of Tkiyet Um Ali’s programs for supporting underprivileged families across the Kingdom. 

Tkiyet Um Ali provides monthly sustainable food support to 20,000 underprivileged families living in extreme poverty in all provinces and governorates across the Kingdom. The families receive monthly parcels containing 19 food items that include all the basic nutritional elements, which fulfill the needs of a family for the entire month.

It is worth mentioning that Arab Bank’s social responsibility program “Together” has been supporting community initiatives since its launch. The program also allows customers to donate to several NGOs through Arab Bank’s electronic channels that include ATMs, internet banking as well as “Together” Platinum Credit Card.