Scotiabank Community Program

The Scotiabank Community Program unites all of our charitable efforts under one program, allowing us to have a stronger impact on a cause we care about: helping children.

The Scotiabank Community Program in Barbados is the foundation of Scotiabank's philanthropic efforts in the country and incorporates both corporate giving and employee volunteerism. Our goal is to give hope to Barbadian youth by supporting education, arts and culture, and the environment, as well as by helping the underprivileged and abused.

Scotiabank's community involvement programs are an important element of Scotiabank Group's commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility.

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Barbados Entrepreneurship Foundation's $20 Challenge

The BEF hosted the first ever awards ceremony for challenge winners, which was sponsored by Scotiabank.

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Scotiabank Junior Calypso Monarch Competition

Scotiabank celebrates 20 years of sponsoring Barbados' Junior Calypso Monarch competition.

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Supporting the development of young performers in Barbados

In July 2012, Scotiabank donated $5,000 to "Operation Triple Threat: Sing. Dance. Act," a six-week performing-arts boot camp in Barbados, designed for students between the ages of 11 and 18.

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Creating a brighter future for students

In July 2012, Deacons Primary, a local children's school, received a generous donation from members of Scotiabank's Systems Support team, who hosted a series of fundraising events among staff to defray the cost of the school's graduation.

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Visit our Scotiabank Community Program global page.

To find out if your organization or project is a good fit with our philanthropic program, please review the following guidelines document.

Download Guidelines Document [PDF 71 KB]

Do you want your charitable organization or project to be considered for funding?
Please complete the following form and submit it along with your proposal to ancilla.oneal@scotiabank.com.

Funding Application Form