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    JN Bank, through the JN Foundation, has re-establish its JN Bank Member Advisory Council (MAC) in 2019, to provide its members with direct engagement and participate in the identification and selection of projects to positively impact their communities and ultimately the wider society.

    The Member Advisory Councils were established in 2006 as the Branch Advisory Councils to involve members of the former Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) in the selection of worthy ventures in their respective communities. Jamaica National Building Society is the predecessor to JN Bank, which was established in 2017.

    The JN Bank MACs operate across all JN Bank branches and MoneyShops in Jamaica and includes community representatives and JN Bank employees. To date, approximately J$51.4 million in funding has been expended, generating more than 370 community projects in parishes across the country.

    All parishes have benefited under the programme, and the funds are disbursed through the branch networks, to reinvest and benefit the communities they serve.

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    MAC Project

    Organisations that have benefited from the JN Bank MAC Project

    All parishes have benefited under the programme, as the funds are disbursed through the JN branch networks, ensuring that these entities are reinvesting in the communities they serve.

    Among the projects and community organisations that have benefited from MAC grant funding in the past are:

    • Alpha Primary School on South Camp Road in Kingston
    • Basket and Tings Association of Trelawny
    • Lionel Town Community Development Group in Clarendon
    • Morant Bay Infirmary in St Thomas, and
    • Prospect Police Station in St. Ann

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