Bank of Maharashtra Employees Donate Rs. 100 Lakh to Chief Minister’s Relief Fund COVID-19



Pune, 27th April 2020: Employees of Bank of Maharashtra (BoM) donated Rs. 100 Lakh to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund COVID-19 to contain the coronavirus outbreak, the pandemic faced by the world at present. Mr V. N. Kamble, General Manager, Mumbai Zone of Bank of Maharashtra, handed over a cheque of Rs. 100 Lakh for Chief Minister’s Relief Fund COVID-19 to Mr Prashant Mayekar, Deputy Secretary, Chief Minister Office, Government of Maharashtra, Mumbai.

The employees of the bank have also donated Rs. 5 Crore to the PM-CARES Fund (Prime Minister’s Citizen Assistance and Relief in Emergency Situations Fund) on 16th April 2020.

BoM and its employees are among the front runners in the fight against the COVID-19 Pandemic and are committed to providing seamless financial services across its 1800 plus branches & more than 1850 ATMs. In addition, Banking Correspondents (BCs)/ Bank Mitras are providing banking services at about 3000 locations.

The bank is undertaking preventive measures like providing sanitizers and maintaining social distancing during customers’ visit to branches. Through all 32 Zonal Offices countrywide, Bank has undertaken various activities to support Corona Warriors by distributing Face Masks, Gloves, Water bottles, Food Packets, Canopy Umbrellas, Grocery items etc.
The bank is standing beside its employees by providing various incentives/monetary relief measures for the wellbeing of its employees while discharging their duties during COVID-19 pandemic.


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