Available to any person or company, whether or not a Santander customer.
Offers digital resources to help get through the covid-19 emergency: volunteering programmes, official information, leisure and wellness suggestions, family activities, remote working tips and much more.
Buenos Aires, 24 April 2020 - Banco Santander announces the launch of "Overcome together", a website where any person or company, whether or not a Santander customer, can find information and resources to help them get through the coronavirus (covid-19) emergency.
The website https://www.estolosuperamosjuntos.com includes a section with official information from government authorities and assistance programmes for households, businesses and self-employed professionals.
The "How we can help" section lists volunteering programmes where people can help out during the coronavirus emergency, with various official platforms for collaborating or making a donation. The "Living at home" section offers the chance to learn something new each day, entertainment options and resources for the whole family (cooking, reading, virtual museum visits) and tips on working from home (recommendations, collaborative tools etc.).
The "Health and wellness" section provides a link to an official online diagnostic test, recommendations for exercising at home and links to meditation and relaxation apps and professional healthcare services.
The new website also includes a map with the closest healthcare facilities, pharmacies, supermarkets, bank branches and ATMs.
About Santander Argentina
Santander Argentina is the largest private bank in Argentina’s financial system in terms of both savings (deposits plus common funds) and lending volume. The entity has 430 traditional branches, 8 social integration branches, 6 digital branches, 3 Work Cafés, more than 3.7 million customers (including 2.2 million digital customers, more than 320,000 MSMEs and 1,300 corporate companies), more than 8,300 employees and operates in 22 provinces and in Buenos Aires. Santander Argentina is developing an extensive responsible banking programme that focuses on higher education; through Santander Universities, it has over 86 collaboration agreements in place with public and private Argentinean universities.