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Blood donation camp to commemorate People’s Bank 56th anniversary


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1500In commemoration of the 56th anniversary of People’s Bank, a blood donation camp was held recently at the People’s Bank Staff Training College in Colombo. The blood donation camp, organised by the People’s Bank Welfare Department and the People’s Bank Sports Club, saw the participation of many staff members coming forward to address the rising need for blood to treat patients across the country. Seen here are Chief Executive Officer/General Manager N. Vasantha Kumar, Deputy General Manager (Human Resources) S.A.R.S. Samaraweera, Assistant General Manager (Human Resources – Development) Nilupa Mudalige and Secretary Sports Club Ajith Rathnayake of People’s Bank.


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