Fincare Small Finance Bank

Corporate Social Responsibility

Social DNA at the fore

Fincare Small Finance Bank believes in a holistic growth of business and rides the dual goals of commercial success combined with social impact. The Bank has a dedicated team committed to the social goals of the bank, who carry out various developmental activities in order to make a difference to the communities we serve. The Social Initiatives of the Bank center around 3 key themes viz. health and hygiene, literacy and livelihood and community welfare.

Literacy & Livelihood

The Bank worked towards spread of literacy and generation of livelihood. The programmes covered a cross section of the communities, both adults and children.
  • Financial Literacy Programme: The initiative covered three aspects – government savings/pension/insurance-related schemes, digital transaction and importance of timely repayment and Credit Bureau. In FY20, The Bank organised 903 Financial Literacy Camps covering 29,614 beneficiaries. Around 90% of the participants were women. Several programmes were also hosted in partnership with leading developmental Institutions s.a. NABARD and ISMW..
  • Child Education Programme: This program is primarily designed for school children. Under this initiative, bank representatives visit schools and interact with the teachers and students to understand their primary needs. Study sessions post the regular school timings are organised with the consent of School Heads. In these sessions, children are educated about importance of savings using gaming and entertainment techniques. Bank also distributes bags, books, pens/pencils, Lunch boxes and water bottles to the students.

Environmental Protection

The Bank carried out afforestation drives by distributing and planting saplings.
  • Relief and Rehabilitation: The Bank distributed food items in various flood-affected areas. It also distributed warm clothing among the economically disadvantaged communities during the winter months.

Mission Health

The Bank conducted numerous health camps in FY20 and the community at large benefited from this. The Bank selected the villages, interacted with the people to understand their healthcare needs and then invited senior doctors for day-long medical camps.

List of Programs for

FY 2022-2023 – Click here

FY 2023-2024 – Click here

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