Let's learn!
Howard Smith, Sagicor Bank manager – SME Business Banking,helps two-year-old Talliah McFarlane to explore the contents ofher new backpack.
Baby Steps

IT'S back-to-school time again, and Sagicor Bank recently awarded three of their new Star Savers account holders with tuition grants valued at $150,000 each, and another three with learning corners complete with desks, chairs, laptops and bookshelves, to support their education.

The bank also recently gifted Nicole McFarlane, the industrious callaloo farmer of whom a video went viral on social media late last year as she rode a bicycle to work with her adopted daughter, Talliah, in tow, with cash and introduced her to their SME Business Resource Centre. Little Talliah also received her very first Star Savers account and educational supplies from the Sagicor Foundation.

Two-year-old Talliah McFarlane isall smiles as she thinks up what shewill write next in her new notebook.
Six-year-old Haylee Hazel is comfortable and excited to studyin her learning corner — complete with desk, chair, laptop, andbookshelf — that she received as a prize in Sagicor Bank's Vaxand Win initiative.
Jayden K Williamsis ready for thenew semester inthe brand newlearning cornerthat he received asa prize in SagicorBank's Vax and Wininitiative.

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