PASHA Bank’s traditional eco-friendly activity on New Year to congratulate its partners

For the third year in a row PASHA Bank congratulated its partners and employees on New Year with a CSR “green” activity. This time the Bank planted 2019 Georgian Oak (Quercus Iberica) and Imeretian Oak (Quercus Imeretina) trees, the latter of which is in the Red List of threatened species of plants.

„We decided to keep up our New Year tradition and congratulate the Bank’s partners and employees by carrying out yet another “green” project on their behalf. Previous years we planted 2018 and 2017 Pine Trees in Borjomi Forest as a New Year present. This time we decided to get involved in the rehabilitation process of the threatened species of plants in Ajameti Managed Reserve. We do hope that our partners will appreciate our New Year activity.” – said Anano Korkia, Head of PR and Marketing Department of PASHA Bank.

Environmental projects carried out by PASHA Bank in 2016-2018:

  • Planting 30 Caucasian Fir trees in the yard of “First Step” that will significantly improve the living environment of the organization’s beneficiaries;
  • On the Earth Day, April 22nd, 2018 PASHA Bank joined a large-scale environmental campaign “Keep Georgia Beautiful in scope of which the Bank “adopted” a territory in Krtsanisi Forest and took responsibility to keep it clean;
  • Planting 2017 trees as a new year gift for its clients and partners near Borjomi to rehabilitate the area that got burnt down in 2008; this activity was repeated on NY eve 2018 by financing the planting of 2018 trees in the same area;
  • Additional 500 trees planted near Borjomi as a part of “Aghadgine” campaign;
  • Initiation of a project aiming at collecting paper for recycling, where companies donated used paper and in return for each kilogram 0,13 GEL was transferred to “Aghadgine” campaign; As a result, 110 companies enrolled, 19.5 tons of used paper was collected and planting of 300 trees was funded;
  • Planting 1,000 Georgian Oak (Quercus Iberica) and Imeretian Oak (Quercus Imeretina) trees in Ajameti Managed Reserve, the latter being in the Red List of threatened species of plants;
  • Supporting the green project by Rotary Club Tbilisi Ambassador carried out in Kondoli village (Telavi region, Kakheti), which implied planting trees in the school yard, building a playground and formation of the eco-club;
  • Donating Caucasian Fir trees to ten schools in Tbilisi in scope of Georgia Today’s CSR project on International Children’s Day, June 1.