JS Bank & MJSF collaborate to serve Iftar for the Underprivileged

12th June 2019: JS Bank in collaboration with its charitable partner, Mahvash & Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation (MJSF) organized Iftars for underprivileged people across Pakistan during the month of Ramzan. JS Bank strives to serve the community in which it operates through continual social responsibility initiatives and activities.

The auspicious month of Ramzan demonstrates the true spirit of Islam. Muslims around the world spend the month in prayer and reflection, fasting each day and joining together in family and community. JS Bank & MJSF shared the sense of Ramzan with the underprivileged across the country. Iftars have been arranged for the disadvantaged individuals on an annual basis since 2013 till date. Since inception, over half a million Iftar meals have been served.

Every year, ‘Feed the Deserving Iftar Program’ is held in the month of Ramzan where Iftar meals are distributed across Pakistan. JS Bank in collaboration with MJSF works towards providing a better and brighter tomorrow for the people of Pakistan.

About JS Bank:

JS Bank is one of the fastest growing banks in Pakistan, with 345 branches in 172 cities including one international branch. The Bank is a leader in the digital banking space and distribution of insurance solutions. JS Bank has received the prestigious Asiamoney award for the ‘Best Bank for SMEs’ and has been recognized as the ‘Best Environmental and Social Governance Bank’ at the Pakistan Banking Awards. The Bank is part of JS Group, one of Pakistan’s most diversified and progressive financial services groups. For more information, please visit http://www.jsbl.com.

About MJSF:

The Mahvash and Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation (MJSF) is the charitable arm of JS Group. With a focus on healthcare, education, and sustainable development, the Foundation works to enhance the dignity and quality of life of individuals, families and communities by eliminating barriers to opportunity and helping people in need reach their fullest potential.