KHCF Honors Housing Bank for its Exclusive Sponsorship of the Siwar Al Hussein Volunteer Program

The King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) honored the Housing Bank for its exclusive sponsorship of the Siwar Al Hussein Volunteer Program, during a recognition ceremony.

Mrs. Nisreen Qatamish, Director General of KHCF, presented a recognition plaque to Ms. Ghadeer Barrishi, Housing Bank’s Vice President – Head of Marketing and Corporate Communications, praised the continuous strategic partnership between the Bank and the Foundation over the past several years, and highlighted the significant role that the Bank plays in regard to supporting youth and fostering a culture of community in the fight against cancer.

In turn, Ms. Barrishi emphasized that the Bank is keen to remain a strategic partner and steadfast supporter of KHCF, in line with the Bank's social responsibility strategy and the critical role it plays in supporting national institutions with a humanitarian mission.

At the end of the ceremony, certificates of appreciation were distributed to the volunteers to thank them for their time and efforts during awareness campaigns and fundraising events organized by KHCF, and for the ongoing support and assistance that they provide to patients and their families within KHCC.

The Siwar Al Hussein Volunteer Program gives individuals the opportunity to volunteer to support the fight against cancer. This partnership is part of the Bank's commitment to achieving genuine and sustainable partnership principles, as it seeks to integrate its social role with the role of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation to enable it to achieve its humanitarian goals.

The Housing Bank’s exclusive sponsorship of the Siwar Al Hussein Program is a direct reflection of the Bank's belief in the importance of volunteerism and its critical role in community building, which is why the Bank has been one of KHCF’s strategic partners for 2023-2025.

The Housing Bank has also supported numerous other efforts and programs run by KHCF, including the Hope Gala, which raises funds to support the Foundation's programs aimed to provide comprehensive care, as well as the Jordan Breast Cancer Program’s (JBCP) mobile clinic, which allows JBCP to reach remote areas within Jordan and raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer, conduct clinical examinations, and distribute vouchers for mammogram screenings to women. Moreover, the Bank has also established a fund under KHCF’s University Scholarship program, which covers the university tuition fees for several KHCC patients.