The Housing Bank Renews Annual Support for King Hussein Cancer Foundation

Amman, October 12, 2019 - The Housing Bank For Trade and Finance (HBTF), Jordan’s largest and most widespread bank, announced it is renewing its annual support to the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) during a meeting held on Wednesday in the presence of HRH Princess Ghida Talal, Chairperson of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) and Center (KHCC), and His Excellency Mr. Abdulelah Al Khatib, Chairman of the Housing Bank.
The meeting was also attended by Mr. Ammar Safadi, Chief Executive Officer of the Housing Bank, and Mrs. Nisreen Qatamish, Director General of the KHCF, as well as a number of senior employees from both parties.
The two parties signed a partnership agreement for the years 2019 - 2020, under which the Housing Bank will provide support to a number of the KHCF’s programs and campaigns, most notably the annual breast cancer awareness campaign, and the Jordan Breast Cancer Program’s media contest; which aims to raise awareness about breast cancer. The Housing Bank will also sponsor the SIWAR Volunteer Program and the Private School Football Championship.
Mrs. Nisreen Qatamish expressed her appreciation for the continued efforts of the Housing Bank in supporting the KHCF over the past years. “We appreciate the continued support of the Housing Bank and believe that this partnership plays a significant role in helping us support our patients and spread cancer awareness. We need our loyal partners to fulfill our mission of embracing our patients and providing them with the highest level of treatment.”.
Mr. Ammar Safadi expressed his pride in the bank's continued support for this leading medical institution in the Middle East. “The Housing Bank believes in the noble mission of the KHCF, and we will continue to support it so that it can provide medical treatment and care with world-class standards, in addition to its important role in increasing cancer awareness within society regarding cancer, its symptoms, ways of prevention and treatment.”.

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