Wednesday April 1, 2020

Ulster Bank invests in Youth Bank project

Ulster Bank has invested €1.9 million in community banking programme YouthBank, an initiative that allows young people aged between 14 and 25 to assess needs in their area and allocate grants to deserving projects.

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Approached a year ago to finance an individual YouthBank in Co Derry, Ulster Bank looked into investing in the project in its entirety and the deal, worth €1.9 million over a three-year period, has just been finalised.

‘‘YouthBank is a unique programme enabling young people to come together for the benefit of their community, while at the same time, building their self confidence in addition to their business and entrepreneurial experience - a real win-win...

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