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On Monday March 13th, First Citizens brought smiles across the faces of many, as they launched their 30th Anniversary celebrations – “Together…30 and Beyond,” with customers, community partners and members of the public. 
In a statement the company said its financial services Group will mark its 30th year of operations on September 13, 2023 and excitedly kicked off the celebrations exactly six months ahead.

(2nd from left) Karen Darbasie – Group CEO presents a welcome package to the members of the Stingers Basketball Development Club, one of the Foundation’s newest CSR partners. Also part of the welcome party was Neela Moonilal-Kissoon – Head – Integration Operations (3rd from right) and Willard Harris – Committee Member – First Citizens Sports Foundation Committee (far right).)

The launch included a number of activities across all Branches, engaging customers with games, giveaways, a “Together” photo area and an interactive promotion on the Group’s new loans campaign which offers a cash prize of $30,000 for three lucky customers. 

(Dr. Sterling Frost O.R.T.T, Group Deputy Chief Executive Officer – Operations & Administration (centre left) presents a welcome package to Brian Thomas, Manager – Tobago Pan-Thers Steel Orchestra (2nd from right), one of the Foundation’s newest CSR partners. Rounding off the welcoming party are John Arnold (1st from left), Chairman – First Citizens Culture Committee, Trudy Noor (2nd left) – Cluster Manager, First Citizens East/Central/Tobago Branches and Tanelle Harrilal – Manager, Milford Road Branch, Tobago (far right))

Also sharing in the excitement, were members of the public who experienced 30 random acts of kindness, at well-known locations including The Breakfast Shed and City Gate in Port of Spain, High Street, San Fernando and downtown Scarborough, Tobago. 

(This commuter at City Gate was all smiles as she received her token courtesy First Citizens, as part of its random acts of kindness initiative yesterday, to launch its 30th Anniversary Celebrations.)

Acts of kindness included the distribution of breakfast vouchers, phone cards, supermarket vouchers and other promotional items, which brought much joy to recipients.
First Citizens also marked the occasion by making special presentations to representatives of 30 of its corporate social responsibility initiatives.
The Group welcomed eight new CSR partners who received a courtesy visit from members of its executive team and the First Citizens Foundation, and expressed gratitude to twenty-two others with whom it has shared longstanding partnerships.

Breakfast is on us! As part of its random acts of kindness initiative to launch its 30th Anniversary Celebrations, First Citizens gave away breakfast to commuters.

Expressing her joy at the launch activities, Karen Darbasie, First Citizens – Group Chief Executive Officer said “these special initiatives are meant to say thanks to those who matter so much – our customers and communities.”  
Additional celebratory activities are earmarked to make their way across various customer touchpoints throughout the six-month period, as the Group continues to celebrate – Together…30 and Beyond!”

A customer of the Gulf View Branch was delighted to take a moment to participate in the Group’s 30th Anniversary promotion yesterday, during his visit to the Branch.

Members of the public are encouraged to follow the Group’s social media channels for updates on its anniversary activities.
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