“At Barclays, we are committed to supporting the communities in which we operate and our citizenship efforts are a critical part of this. This is why we are delighted to partner organisations like Agape who play an important part in our society, supporting vulnerable communities and helping people to achieve their ambitions,” said Mr. Alexander Harrison, CEO of Barclays Singapore and Head of Corporate Banking, Asia Pacific and Middle East.
“e2i exists to help workers get better jobs for better lives. Agape’s goal to raise up vulnerable communities by giving them purposeful work and training opportunities aligns with ours. We have been partnering Agape on their journey by placing and training of their staff, and we look forward to continue working with Agape in the long term to create more employment opportunities for vulnerable workers,” said Mr Gilbert Tan, CEO of NTUC’s e2i.