Fidelity Bank supports the 1K4Cancer Campaign with a N1,000,000 donation!

Rising to the noble challenge of corporate social responsibility and diligently impacting the society, Fidelity Bank heeded to the 1k4Cancer call with a ground breaking donation of N 1, 000000 (One Million Naira) from their Fidelity Helping Hands Programme.

The 1K4Cancer Campaign Initiator – Wana Udobang couldn’t help but express deep gratitude for this truly amazing contribution, she said “Corporates like Fidelity Bank show that there are still a few Nigerians who recognize true ventures and support it! The less-fortunate breast cancer patients who will receive full treatment on account of this great donation will have the good staff of Fidelity Bank to thank for a very long time! This kind of support is overwhelming and truly unexpected especially in this selfless magnitude in the terrain called Nigeria where we live. 1k4Cancer is off to an impeccable start and by God’s grace, this is just the beginning. There is a dire sincere need to give to breast cancer treatment and Ik4Cancer is happy to be in the league of organisations that are taking the lead, making a difference and filling this need.”

In a statement, Community Relations Officer Fidelity Bank – Uche Ogbonna said “What started as a light hearted discussion about Wana’s drive to raise one million naira through 1k4Cancer for the Sebeccly Cancer Care Center became a raging fire when the thought of joining the drive crossed our hearts.” The raging fire indeed spread through the team of ambassadors in the Fidelity Helping Hands Programme who one-on-one began to spread the word from one initial email, assuredly 1K4Cancer’s mission spread across all the Fidelity Bank branches and the staff began to give. In three short weeks, the funds trickled in until One Million Naira was raised to help alleviate the challenge of cancer in someone’s life.”

The cheque was presented by the MD /CEO Fidelity Bank – Reginald Ihejiahi on behalf of the Helping Hands Ambassadors and all staff of the bank who supported this cause, he also conveyed the excitement and pride of Fidelity Bank staff in achieving this munificent feat.

As at press time, Fidelity Bank’s donation brings 1K4Cancer’s raised funds to a total of  N 2, 500000 ( 2.5 Million Naira).

Sebeccly Cancer Care and Support Center, Wana Udobang and 1K4Cancer team are immensely grateful for this show of kindness as the sincere hope is that such goodwill will continue and be rewarded bountifully.


The 1K4Cancer team with Fidelity Bank Executives

Fidelity Bank Executives about to present the N1 Million cheque

1K4Cancer team & Fidelity Bank Executives with the N1 Milion cheque

Photo Credits: Jide Alakija

9 Comments on Fidelity Bank supports the 1K4Cancer Campaign with a N1,000,000 donation!
  • cathy December 13, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    for a good cause yay!

  • Anony December 13, 2011 at 2:21 pm


  • BukiOni December 13, 2011 at 2:44 pm

    That’s great; well done Fidelity Bank. I’m a huge supporter of corporate social and environmental responsibilty and community engagement #thumbs up.

  • Maureen Opara December 13, 2011 at 2:59 pm

    Nice one, welldone

  • Joey December 13, 2011 at 4:50 pm

    Proud to be an ambassador!!!

  • tumi’s December 13, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    Its a laudable move no doubt and kudos to Fidelity management. However, I ll rather applaud members of the Sanusi Fafunwa/Adeyemo Alakija branch who single handedly contributed N1m among themselves for this cause. I think management felt slighted after they heard what their staff did and decided to contribute towards the cause as well. Therefore, this supposed glory should go to the staff of the said branch before acknowleding management’s efforts

  • wexcely December 13, 2011 at 5:39 pm

    Wow! This is really great, well done Wana and thanks to Fidelity Bank for fueling our own Wana to do more. Ride on! Ride on!!!

  • Myne Whitman December 13, 2011 at 7:20 pm

    This is really great! Thanks to Wana and the people who rose up to the challenge at Fidelity Bank

  • pam December 13, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    Fantastic. so happy this is working.

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