Stanbic raises Shs30m for NSSF Hash run

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Adengo Cathy, Stanbic Bank’s Head of Corporate Communications shakes hands with Barbara Arimi, NSSF’s Head of Marketing and Communications as she hands over a UGX 30 million cheque on behalf of Stanbic Bank Uganda. Stanbic Bank Uganda has contributed UGX 30 million towards the NSSF Kampala 7 hills hash run whose aim this year is to raise money to refurbish and improve learning environments for children in KCCA schools across the city and upcountry schools in rural areas. The handover ceremony took place at Crested Towers, Stanbic Bank Uganda Head offices.

Stanbic Bank has contributed UGX 30 million towards the NSSF Kampala 7 hills hash run whose main aim is to raise money to refurbish and improve learning environments for children in KCCA schools across the city and upcountry schools in rural areas.

The Kampala Seven Hills Run is a fun, non-competitive event that covers the historical 7 hills of Kampala.  Participants run a distance of 21km around the seven hills of Kampala. It is organised by the Kampala Hash House Harriers Club.

Speaking during the handover ceremony, Stanbic Head of Corporate Communications Cathy Adengo said, “We are delighted to be a part of the NSSF Hash run because we believe that education is a critical transformative intervention that shapes our society today. This year we have doubled our contribution from UGX 15 Million contributed in 2018 to UGX 30 Million in 2019. As such we are happy to join NSSF in its noble cause aimed at refurbishing the learning environments of children who go to KCCA schools across the city and schools in rural areas upcountry.”

Ms Barbara Arimi, the Head of Marketing and Communications at NSSF while receiving the cheque said we are grateful for Stanbic Bank’s continued support towards the Kampala Hills Hash run.

“As NSSF, we are grateful for Stanbic Bank’s contribution which is going towards joining our efforts in helping refurbish classrooms and learning environments. This is one of those calendar events that gives Ugandans, corporate entities, our members and staff an opportunity to make a significant contribution in improving the learning conditions of disadvantaged children,” she said.

This is the 4th edition of this fun non –competitive charity run and is held in partnership with the Kampala Hash House Harriers who will provide the technical support;  and Kampala Capital City Authority who are the beneficiaries of the proceeds from the run.

Having had a good turn up at the previous runs we held in 2016, 2017 and 2018, the NSSF Kampala Hash Seven Hills Run has now captured thousands of hearts who not only enjoy the 7 hills challenge, but are also passionate about children and education.

NSSF Kampala hash 7 Hills Run is will take place on Sunday 17th March 2019.

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