FinanceMalta has recently extended its support to the Soup Kitchen OFM as part of its ongoing Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, aiming to set an example in bridging the gap between corporate success and social contribution.

Driven by the conviction that a hands-on approach delivers immediate, tangible benefits to those in need, and that the direct engagement in community support activities makes a positive impact while also sets a powerful example in the financial services industry and beyond, FinanceMalta opted to contribute through in-kind donations and volunteering at the soup kitchen that is run by the Franciscan Friars in Valletta.

As part of this initiative, a team from FinanceMalta gave a helping hand to the volunteers at the Soup Kitchen OFM in distributing nourishing meals to the guests.

This was complemented with the donation of essential goods such as food items, personal hygiene products, corporate bags and stationery that would make a meaningful difference in the daily lives of those receiving assistance from the soup kitchen.

FinanceMalta Chairman George Vella commented: “We firmly believe in the importance of giving back to the community and we are privileged that, as a high-profile organisation in the financial services industry, we had the opportunity to directly engage with and support such a noble and impactful initiative. The Soup Kitchen OFM’s mission deeply resonates with FinanceMalta’s core values of social responsibility and community empowerment, which we strive to uphold in all our endeavours.”

FinanceMalta thanked Fr Marcellino Micallef and the Soup Kitchen OFM team for their dedication and hard work in serving the community.

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