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Credit Suisse starts sports facility for intellectually disabled

Credit Suisse started a sports facility together with Jai Vakeel Foundation, a non-profit organisation whose mission is to improve the lives of children with intellectual disabilities in India.

The inauguration is part of an annual bank-wide ‘Community School Transformation Day,’ with nearly 1,000 Credit Suisse staff volunteering their time to enhance the learning environment at 5 schools in underprivileged communities in Mumbai , Pune and Bengaluru.

The schools include those run by Jai Vakeel and Cochlea, another long-term non-profit partner of Credit Suisse. Around 4,000 students will benefit from the ‘Community School Transformation Day.’

Credit Suisse’s support for Jai Vakeel and its ‘Community School Transformation Day’ are an integral part of the bank’s larger Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives in India.

In 2018, these CSR initiatives enabled more than 20,000 disadvantaged children to access quality education, provided more than 8,000 school children with nutritious mid-day meals, prevented malnourishment of over 7,500 ‘at risk’ infants and enabled close to 200 differently abled children to access non-formal education.

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