Jordan Ahli bank recently sponsored Jordan’s First Children Creative Arts Festival, an event organized by the Creative Jordan Association in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture, the Royal Cultural Center, and the Nour Media Association.
The Festival was held under the patronage of Jordan’s Minister of Culture H.E. Dr. Barakat Awjan, with several of Jordan’s acclaimed artists in attendance. Offering a dynamic platform for students of private schools aged 8 to 15years toshowcase their artistic talents, the event featured a full array of acting, singing, directing, and musical performances, where all students taking part in the event were selected following a rigorous auditioning process.
The bank’s management affirmed that this is only one of a full chain of events the bank sponsors for children. Fostering the creative talents of Jordan’s younger citizens, the bank confirms doing its part to steer Jordan forward towards further development and reform.It takes special interest in the younger community segment as it believes that the children of today are to grow to be the leaders and innovators of tomorrow Consequently, Jordan Ahli Bank’s role goes far beyond offering financial services that fit the diversified needs of its clients so that includes spearheading initiatives that promise further community development and growth.
At the event’s closing ceremony, Jordan Ahli Bank received a plaque in recognition for its support and sponsorship.
This sponsorship is one of many made by Jordan Ahli Bank, as it has always been a strong supporter and advocate of the arts, a role it takes on for its belief in the pivotal role art plays when comes to broadening horizons and shaping minds.