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First Allied has over the years been consistent in living up to its brand and slogan by lending a hand of help to corporate bodies, communities and individuals in discharging its corporate social responsibilities. The institution has always done this with the intent to improve the service delivery quality of the recipient corporate bodies, and in the case of communities and individuals, to enhance their livelihood. A few among the numerous projects undertaken includes but not limited to:

First Allied donates to Kumasi Central Prisons

Kumasi, Dec. 25, GNA - First Allied Savings and loans Limited has donated assorted items to the Kumasi Central Prison valued at GHȼ20,000.00.

The donation, made on Saturday December 24, was made as part of activities marking the 20th anniversary of First Allied Savings and Loans.

The items presented to the prison inmates included; bags of rice, toiletries, sanitary pads, packs of sachet water, cooking oil, vegetables among other things.

Presenting the items, Mr Augustine Amakye Ansah, Head of Marketing and HR of the financial institution, said the kind gesture was part of the company's social responsibility to help the needy and to help them make meaning of Christmas.

"Since it's Christmas we deem it fit to come and visit our brothers and sisters who are behind the walls and are not able to come home and enjoy with us. There are certain things that the government cannot do by itself, so as an institution it is our social responsibility to help the needy," Mr Amakye said.

Mr Amakye said the presentation adds to the number of donations the company has already made to institutions such as Kumasi Children's Home in the year as part of activities to mark the year-long anniversary celebration.

CSP Yayra Ashong-Mettle, Second in Command at the Kumasi Female Prisons received the items on behalf of the prison inmates. She expressed appreciation on behalf of the inmates and called on the benevolent society to emulate what First Allied has done.

"We are grateful this morning to you for what you have done. We promise to put these items to good use. And we hope more companies can do same because we need a lot of help here," she said.

First Allied Savings and Loans Limited, established in September 1996, is one of the fastest-growing and most credible Non-Bank Financial Institutions with over 25 branches dotted across the country.  The bank has won World Bank Award for being the first financial institution to introduce the "susu" concept to main stream banking.

Mr Amakye, however, promised better banking services for its loyal customers in 2017. GNA

Donation to the Accident & Emergency Centre of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital

Donation of a Multi-parameter Patient Monitor valued at EUR 8,000 to the Accident & Emergency Centre of the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital.
COO of First Allied, Mr Alex Senyah presenting the equipment to the Medical Director of the Centre.

Operation Happy-Child Project


Operation Happy-Child Project. This project saw over 17,000 pupils in deprived communities distributed with boxes of educational related gifts to crave their indulgence in pursuing education. Pupils joyfully displaying their gifts boxes

Donation of food items and toiletries to Ayensudo Orphanage


Donation of food items and toiletries to Ayensudo Orphanage.
The Cape Coast Branch presenting assorting items to an Orphanage at Ayensudo in the Central Region

Blood Donation sponsorship – Undertaken 4 times in a year.


Blood Donation sponsorship – Undertaken 4 times in a year.
Volunteers donating blood at Jackson Park in Kumasi for the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital

First Allied donates to Adventist Senior High School

First Allied in a series of donations have presented a projector & accessories and Refrigerator to Adventist Senior High School at Kumasi, and have in addition constructed new insect trap net on all windows of the school’s two dining halls.
The Marketing & Business Devt Manager is seen presenting a refrigerator to the school

First Allied charges NO COT – no bank charges

First Allied believes in giving back to the society and exhibits this in all its operations. First Allied charges NO COT – no bank charges, no maintenance fee or service charges on its Current Account or any other account, something that banks in the country charge by right. But First Allied believes in giving these charges back to customers for the following reasons:

  • To enable customers have convenient & unlimited access to their funds as many times as they have need of it, in keeping with our mission statement.
  • To ensure that banking is made very affordable to our customers.
  • For the growth of their businesses and.
  • For the enhancement of their livelihood.

Open an account with First Allied today and experience the best of customer-centred banking!