17 June 2011.
Vrnjačka Banja, June 16 2011 – Representatives of Eurobank EFG and Vrnjačka Banja municipality ceremonially opened a reconstructed and refurbished children playground within Vrnjačka Banja’s central park in the vicinity of town promenade.
The renovated park is part of the comprehensive CSR Eurobank EFG’s “We invest in European values” programme within which Eurobank EFG has so far invested over EUR3.6m in development of local community. This park in Vrnjačka Banja is the 9th park renovated within Eurobank’s efforts to provide green oases for residents of different Serbian towns.
Owing to Eurobank EFG Parks project, apart from the park in Vrnjačka Banja, six more parks across
“Our park has been given a completely new appearance owing to the refurbished children playground. Parents and visitors of Vrnjačka Banja will now have an opportunity to spend their time surrounded by greenery and fresh air while their offsprings enjoy safe play with their friends. We are very grateful to Eurobank which has become our reliable partner and a good corporate neighbour,” the president of Vrnjačka Banja municipality Zoran Seizović said on the occasion. On behalf of Eurobank EFG, the attendees were addressed by a member of the Executive Council Slavica Pavlović. “Guided by our strategic determination to contribute to improvement of living quality of local community, we make continuous investments in the community in which we successfully operate as one of leading foreign investors and banks, whereas refurbishment of parks is just one in the series of actions we undertake to that aim,” a member of Eurobank EFG’s Executive Council Slavica Pavlović explained.
Eurobank EFG Parks project is part of the comprehensive CSR “We invest in European values” programme which focuses on five fields: support to higher education, environmental protection, public healthcare, integration of disabled individuals in everyday life and work and culture. Eurobank EFG Parks is part of this project dealing with environmental protection and establishment and renovation of green spaces in central town zones throughout