Scotiabank Community Program

Scotiabank's Community Program was created to focus our philanthropic work and help us have a greater positive influence on charities for children.

Scotiabank has been recognized as a prominent international financial institution for over 175 years. Thanks to its global scope, we have the opportunity to help children from around the world. Scotiabank employees have a long history of community service dedicated to improving the quality of life in the places where we are active. Every year, our employees donate more than 300,000 hours of voluntary work to their communities. 

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Banking Association Financial Education Program

Scotiabank Panama and its volunteering employees are committed to supporting the Panama Banking Association Financial Education Program, which has enabled Scotiabank partners to deliver workshops on Financial Education to young people at high schools. 

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Helping the Reconstruction of the Nutre Hogar Center

Through the Community Program, Scotiabank makes economic contributions to the reconstruction project in the Nutre Hogar Center located in Penonomé. The center develops programs with activities to help families in extreme poverty, helping reduce the number of people living in these conditions.

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Casa Esperanza

Through the Community Program, Scotiabank makes economic contributions to the reconstruction project in the Nutre Hogar Center located in Penonomé. The center develops programs with activities to help families in extreme poverty, helping reduce the number of people living in these conditions.

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FANLYC

Through the Community Program, Scotiabank makes economic contributions to the reconstruction project in the Nutre Hogar Center located in Penonomé. The center develops programs with activities to help families in extreme poverty, helping reduce the number of people living in these conditions.

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