The Lloyds Banking Group, which owns Bank of Scotland, is involved in a variety of charitable initiatives, including its commitment to Alzheimer Scotland, which helped raise more than £40,000 in just one week.
The bank has also recruited 218 apprentices in Scotland since April 2012 and, in partnership with the Scottish Football Association, has helped to provide 70,000 children with five-a-side football sessions in all 32 local council areas.
It has underlined its commitment to further education by providing 30 scholarships to Edinburgh University students in exchange for their promise to complete a combined total of 3000 hours of volunteering.
Through its Bank of Scotland Foundation, it has also donated £4 million in grants to about 1000 Scottish charities, while the Bank of Scotland Community Fund has been spread across 208 local causes. The bank also sponsored the Great Scottish Run while operating the free Museum on the Mound.
Paul Turner, director of community and sustainable business for Lloyds Banking Group, said: "Our community projects touch many thousands of local lives and are already helping us make a visible difference within Scotland."