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IPDC announces Deposit Scheme that provides Donations to the needy

The NBFI IPDC announces Deposit Scheme that will feed families for one month for each contribution.

Under the IPDC Manobota Deposit Scheme, for each Tk. 5 Lakh deposited, IPDC will provide food support to two families affected by the COVID-19 Lockdown in Bangladesh for 1 month. The 6-month or 12-month deposit schemes will be valid from 21 April to 13 May, 2021. For each 6-month Scheme opened during this period, the Non-Banking Financial Institute will provide food support to one family for 6 months, and for each 12-year Scheme opened, the company will provide support to two families.

The company announced that the donations will be made and overseen by the NGOs Sajida Foundation, AMAL Foundation and Jaago Foundation.

Those interested in securing their Deposits while donating to the families can call their hotline or contact IPDC branches near them.

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