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23 years of giving back
and touching
lives

We make a living by what we get,
but we make a life
by what we give "Winston Churchhill"

Promoting leadership
development

Who We Are

We’re worldwide non-profit charity ogarnization.

Databank Foundation was created by Databank Group as an intentional way to actively engage in Corporate Social Responsibility. The Foundation works to promote leadership development..

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Become Volunteer

Spread the awareness of helping people, so that they can live a normal life in the society and educate their children that everyone deserves.

Meet those who help. Our Board

Kwaku Sakyi-Addo

Kwaku Sakyi-Addo

Board Chairman

Kwaku is the Chairman of the Board of the National Comm..
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Kojo Addae-Mensah

Kojo Addae-Mensah

Chief Executive

He has over 18 years of experience in financial.
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Prof Adomako Ampofo

Prof Adomako Ampofo

Director

Prof. Adomako is currently the Director of the Institute of Afr..
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Keli Gagzekpo

Keli Gagzekpo

Chairman

Keli is the co-Founder and Chairman of the Databank Group.
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Whats going on. Latest News

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on 15 September 2020

Fellows of Africa Leadership Initiative...

About 100 Fellows of the Africa Leadership Initiative (ALI), drawn from sev...

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on 15 September 2020

New Year’s Party 2011 - Accra Psychiatri...

The party started with getting to know more about the children and their en...

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on 01 September 2020

20 students to get Databank, Students Lo...

The Databank Foundation and Students Loan Trust Fund have announced that 20...

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on 01 September 2020

Databank Foundation dedicates 20yrs to m...

Databank Foundation, the Corporate Social Responsibility arm of Databank Gr...

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on 01 September 2020

Databank Foundation wins CSR non-banking...

Databank Foundation was adjudged CSR Non-Banking Financial Institution of t...

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on 01 September 2020

Fellows of Africa Leadership Initiative...

About 100 Fellows of the Africa Leadership Initiative (ALI), drawn from sev...

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Healing the Planet

We are working on healing our planet and you could be our partner. Help us achieve our dream together. We actively engage communities in sustainable lifestyle events and education.

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What our Happy People say

I am a volunteer mentor on the on the Young Leaders Mentorship program ;
I mentor to two Kinbu senior high school students, I advise and guide them on academic and personal issues.
I also take part in Read Aid at the Adabraka cluster of schools where I help children to read, pronounce and spell words.
I feel like I am making an important contribution to education and I really value knowing that I am doing something good.
Josiah
Josiah Sales
Volunteering with Read Aid gives us the opportunity to impact lives.
I think that the children are inspired by that fact that we take time of our busy schedules to help them read.
The most valuable aspect of volunteering is the opportunity to serve, to give back to society by giving my time and energy.
I believe that over time the pupils will feel the positive impact of the program and they will also remember that people like us came to support and inspire them.
Staff
Staff Databank
I am Florence and I volunteer for Read Aid.
I volunteer because I want to get children to like reading, because I like to read.
It is important to help children develop the habit of reading.
Read Aid allows children to see the benefit of reading as some parents are busy while others cannot read at all.
Read Aid provides the opportunity for staff to help the children. I cherish the fact that I could change a child’s life through reading.
Florence
Florence Pensions
I had the opportunity to visit Damang through Read Aid’s outreach program ;
I helped students read and we made a donation to support their community ICT center. I often go to the Adabraka cluster of schools to take part in Read Aid.
Last Christmas, we spent a few hours at the children’s ward of Accra Psychiatric Hospital; I helped the nurses to feed the children.
Being able to help people in times of need is important to me; our community is a better place when we give back.
Lawrencia
Lawrencia Research