Kuwait Finance House (KFH) employees Mariam Al-Shemmari, Maha Al-Hajiri, and Noura Al-Subeih gave a lecture at Al-Zohr School for girls. The lecture that was attended by 80 Grade 7 students, some teachers and administrative personnel, discussed the value of savings, and its effect on the future of the person who saves money.
The lecture was simplified to suit the ages of the students who showed great interest in it.
KFH employees mentioned real examples taken from experiences of savers at KFH, in order to encourage students to save money.
They also shed light on some products and services that serve the same purpose. The students interacted with KFH team, and asked about banking services and products that suit their age group.
The school's administration thanked KFH for taking this initiative, and applauded its efforts in supporting various segments of the society; especially the health sector that requires the collective efforts of various public and private sector institutions. The school honored KFH team at the end of the visit, and the team gave students gifts.
It is worth noting that KFH's teams of employees have organized several visits to many schools, while also receiving students. These efforts are part of KFH's efforts in the field of social responsibility, and serve to cement the efforts exerted by the Ministry of Education that teaches students the value of savings, in addition to other social values.