CELEBRATING 63 YEARS OF COUNTRYSIDE SERVICE

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Turnover of wheelchair, walkers and canes led by Laoag Officers Jeanette Racoma and Joenalyn Udtohan

Turnover of wheelchair, walkers and canes led by Laoag Officers Jeanette Racoma and Joenalyn Udtohan

Farmers of Benguet Agri-Pinoy Trading Center (BAPTC) wearing their new aprons, pose with Rang-ay Bank officers.

Farmers of Benguet Agri-Pinoy Trading Center (BAPTC) wearing their new aprons, pose with Rang-ay Bank officers.

Pupils of Sacred Heart Learning Center smile while holding their Kiddie Savers Passbook.

Pupils of Sacred Heart Learning Center smile while holding their Kiddie Savers Passbook.

Farmers of Brgy. Bato, San Fernando City pose with Rang-ay Main Branch Officers.

Farmers of Brgy. Bato, San Fernando City pose with Rang-ay Main Branch Officers.


          Rang-ay Bank celebrated 63 years of Countryside Banking by conducting community projects in cities and municipalities where the bank operates. To commemorate its 63rd anniversary last January 16, 2019, the bank aims to give back to the people through local community projects in its hometown in San Fernando City, La Union; Agoo, La Union; La Trinidad, Benguet and Bangui, Ilocos Norte.

          The bank started from a single-unit bank with only four (4) employees and has grown from a one (1) unit bank to 29 branches all over the six northern provinces of Ilocos Norte, Ilocos Sur, La Union, Abra, Benguet and Pangasinan. Continuing to hasten progress in the countryside through accessible and affordable banking services, the bank has become the biggest in Region I and Cordilleras.

          Rang-ay Bank Main Branch marked its 63rd Anniversary by donating irrigation hoses to the farmers of Brgy. Bato, San Fernando City, La Union last February 7, 2019. Bank staff conducted a financial literacy program to educate the farmers on how to manage their income properly and the importance of savings. President Josefina Ducusin of Brgy. Bato Farmers Association expressed her appreciation to Rang-ay Bank for reaching their remote mountainous barangay.

          Agoo, La Union Branch celebrated its 19th Anniversary by opening free kiddie savers deposit accounts for thirty (30) pupils of Sacred Heart Learning Center (Sto.Tomas, La Union) during their Parents and Teachers Association (PTA) meeting last January 26, 2019. The bank aims to teach the kids the importance of saving and help inculcate in them the habit of thrift at a young age. Marketing Officer Florence Joy Licudine conducted financial literacy program for the kids and their parents while branch Officer In-Charge Aldyne Dela Cruz discussed various bank products and services.

          Rang-ay Bangui, Ilocos Norte Branch celebrated its 1st Anniversary by donating wheelchair, walkers and canes to twelve (12) Special Education (SPED) Children and Persons with Disability of Bangui, Ilocos Norte last December 28, 2018 at the Municipal Social Welfare Development (MSWD) Hall. The “Give The Gift of Mobility” project, in coordination with the Municipal Social Welfare & Development (MSWD) aims to provide for the special needs of the SPED & PWDs of Bangui. MSWD Officer Rhealou Dela Cruz expressed her gratitude in behalf of the municipality of Bangui.

          La Trinidad, Benguet Branch celebrated its 11th anniversary by donating aprons to the farmers of the Benguet Agri-Pinoy Trading Center (BAPTC) and conducting a Financial Literacy program at the BAPTC Hall, La Trinidad, Benguet last January 30, 2019. Area Manager Winnie Mingaracal, La Trinidad Branch Manager Marlon Flores and Marketing Officer Florence Joy Licudine introduced Rang-ay Bank and oriented the participants on the proper use of credit and the importance of saving part of their income.


More photos taken during anniversary projects.

MAIN BRANCH PROJECT


AGOO BRANCH PROJECT


LA TRINIDAD BRANCH PROJECT