Imply® Self Service optimizes contributions to Santander Bank’s project

Imply® Self-Service Technologies now help to make a quicker and easier contribution to the Friend of Value Project. The Santander Bank project aims to engage bank employees, customers and suppliers to direct part of the Income Tax to the Child and Adolescent Rights Councils.

The Imply® Self-Service Terminals, TCI model, have been available since December 3 at the buildings of Santander, in São Paulo, to the people interested in strengthening the initiative. It is a simple and quick gesture, but it will make a huge difference in the lives of thousands of children and adolescents. This is because the resources acquired through the Friend of Value are intended for projects to care for boys and girls who have had their rights violated or threatened, such as child labor, abandonment, neglect, mistreatment, abuse and sexual exploitation, use of alcohol and drugs, among others. About 67 Brazilian municipalities with up to 1.5 million inhabitants are contemplated by the Friend of Value Project.

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