ICICI bank working for the social cause through a drawing competition
By Neelima Shankar
Jun 9, 2014
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In order to work for the social cause ICICI bank has planned to come up with unique idea of drawing competition. ICICI bank is organizing a drawing competition creative Masters where the participants will draw pictures illustrating some social cause, the jury will select the best artist and will support social causes through donation of proceeds from sale of select entries. The competition will run for time period of two months. Interested candidates of age more than 4 yrs can submit their drawings at www. or can visit the ICICI bank on creative Saturday i.e. on 14th June, 2014, sit there draw their picture and submit them there only.

This innovative idea of the bank has received a great response from the people with more than 75,000 registrations in the beginning week of the competition. Select entries will be offered for sale and proceeds will be donated to support social causes through ‘Give India’, a not-for-profit organisation that aims to provide resources to credible non-governmental organisations across India. ICIC bank is the leading bank of the country with a huge network of 3735 branches spread all across the country.

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