Every year, BSP invites close to 1,000 participants from schools and organisations. However, with the SOE restrictions, the numbers were reduced to 100 people.
The participants were divided into 3 groups and started cleaning along the seawall from Mulinuu Peninsula to Matautu wharf, Beach Road, and Convent Street finishing at the Apia Clock Tower Boulevard.
For BSP Samoa Country Head Taituuga Maryann Lameko-Vaai said, "BSP is proud of its community involvement, and this project is yet another testament of our vision to supporting the communities that we operate in. As we await the launch of the Festival of Lights and the celebration of the birth of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, we must remember to do our part in keeping Samoa clean."
The bank will continue to promote the Greening message to encourage communities to respect and keep our streets litter free and learn to be more responsible in caring for the environment.
As we approach the festive season, the bank is pleased to lend a hand to clean up the communities that we operate in. The cleanup campaign is part of BSP's Annual Go Green campaign initiative to keep the community and environment clean.