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CESRA SEAL OF CHARITY EXCELLENCE is an accreditation program that gives your charitable organization the opportunity to demonstrate that you are accountable. It is a series of 14 standards demonstrating accountability in your charity. The certification is a voluntary program – but by participating you will attract some of the many donors/CSR practioners who visit our web site every day. Our accreditation program shows that your organization has been evaluated by CSR Kenya and accredited to promote trust and confidence

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KENYA BOY CHILD

Posted by CSR Kenya on August 9, 2018 at 11:30 AM


Contact person: Mr. Samuel Muigai Karanja


Disigination: Director


Year established: July 2013


Mailing Address: Njoro, Kenya

 

Email Address: info@kenyaboychild.or.ke


Telephone: (+254) 728132135


Organization website: www.kenyaboychild.or.ke

Charity Activities: Empowering the Boy child in Kenya  though different activities that are not limited to Access to education, Shelter, good nutrition and economic activities 

 

Mission: To uplift the boychild through artculated polies 

Vision: A future which emphasizes the girl child wihtout ignoring the boychild.


ACHIVEMENTS:

AWARENESS WALK

Through the walk the organization was able to partner with the law society of Kenya, Nakuru Chapter where they partnered with us on the prevention of sexual offenses.

 

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

Entrepreneurship spirit has been inculcated to the young men and there is a growing demand for this training from our young men both in rural and urban setup. The immediate plan for the organization is to tap the potential in the rural areas. The organization has managed to support both start-up and existing businesses in the informal sector. In the rural areas our main target will be agricultural projects such as greenhouse farming, poultry, rabbit keeping, bee keeping and fish farming. These are projects that cannot be implemented in the urban areas.

 

FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT

The organization has sponsored two football tournaments. In the first tournament the organization had a message geared to helping the youths come together develop and culture of investing in themselves through savings where they can access small loans to start-up business or expand the micro existing businesses. The tournament brought together a pool of 12 teams in Njoro, a sub-county in Nakuru County. The organization gave uniforms, track suits, first aid kits, balls and facilitated the youths who were officiating the matches.


FOOTBALL REFEREE TRAINING

The organization partnered with Federation of Kenya Football (FKF) to organize a referees training for the youths in Nakuru County where 20 referees trained and 10 were fully sponsored by the Kenya Boy Child Initiative. This was prompted by the scarcity of the number of trained referees recognized by FKF in the region which made it hard to officiate the matches during the tournaments. The trained referees are currently earning a living by officiating crucial football matches in Kenya and across East Africa

Long term Needs: Vocational training for boys aimed at mentoring them to become responsible men in society.


Category : NGO

Cosmopolitan Community Hope Health Initiatives

Posted by CSR Kenya on October 28, 2017 at 8:30 AM


Contact person: Dominic Charles Okero

Disigination: Director

Year established: 1999

Mailing Address:  P.O. Box 7203, 00100 Nairobi, Kenya

Email Address:  cchhinitiative@gmail.com

Telephone: 254713176206, 254723722450

Organization website: http://www.givehopefortheneedy.com

Charity Activities : Philanthropic activities on healthcare and education

Vision: To be a leading honest charitable foundation for the destitute in the communities across the world on grounds of open membership and free will sharing to help.

Missions:

1. Fund education

2. Provide free healthcare information and affordable services

3. Promote philanthropic ideologies

​4. Develop an alumni foundation where all beneficiaries become contributors to support others.

Achivements:

  • Sponsoring destitute for education related programs,
  • visiting the needy and
  • providing basic healthcare to the remote communities

Long term Needs: An alumni foundation to help maintain the activities of the organization in years and generations to come

Category : NGO

Interested in this charity : Request this charity to be accredited

CENTRUM NAROVINU

Posted by CSR Kenya on June 14, 2017 at 5:05 AM

CENTRUM NAROVINU

Applicants: Kennedy Ochieng Okongo

Your role : County Director

Date established : 10.5.2001

location : Head office ; Shalom House, Dagoretti Corner along Ngong Road in Nairobi.

Mailing Address : 14633 - 00100, Nairobi

Email Address : info@centernarovinu.org

Telephone : +254734815304

http://www.centernarovinu.org/


About the organization: Centrum Narovinu is a non-governmental organization that focuses on development cooperation with the aim to improve education, health care and general community development in Kenya. The organization is currently offering partial scholarship to 2500 needy students from different parts of the country.


Vision: To improve living conditions of Kenyan people in marginal areas mainly in the area of health, education,self reliance and the general welfare.


Mission: To collectively engage in activities that demonstrate, exhibit and promote ideals of active non-violence, tolerance, non-discrimination and the human being as the central value.


Achievements: The organization has established a community center, Island of Hope in Rusinga Island which is its main project. The center comprises of an orphanage, primary and secondary schools and a health facility. It also has beneficiaries from 46 counties out of the 47 in Kenya.


Imediate Needs: Centrum Narovinu¿s most immediate need is meeting its recurrent costs and also improving the already existing projects like the orphanage, building of secondary and health center.


Long term Needs: The long term need for the organization is to gain sustainability through income generating projects.


Category of your organization: NGO

Cosmopolitan Community Hope Heath Initiatives

Posted by CSR Kenya on June 14, 2017 at 5:00 AM


Cosmopolitan Community Hope Heath Initiatives

Applicants Full Names : Dominic Charles Okero

Your role in this organization : Director

Name of the Charity : Cosmopolitan Community Hope Health Initiatives

Year Charity was established : 1999

Where is the charity located in Kenya: Kajiado, Kenya

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 7203, 00100 Nairobi, Kenya

Email Address : cchhinitiative@gmail.com

Telephone : 254713176206, 254723722450

Organization website: http://www.givehopefortheneedy.com


Brief description: Philanthropic activities on healthcare and education

List you Vision  : To be a leading honest charitable foundation for the destitute in the communities across the world on grounds of open membership and free will sharing to help.

Mission :

1. Fund education

2. Provide free healthcare information and affordable services

3. Promote philanthropic ideologies

4. Develop an alumni foundation where all beneficiaries become contributors to support others


Achievements:

Sponsoring destitute for education related programs, visiting the needy and providing basic healthcare to the remote communities


Imediate Needs 

Funding to satisfy the extending market

Long term Needs: An alumni foundation to help maintain the activities of the organization in years and generations to come

Category of your organization: NGO

Nakuru Hospice

Posted by CSR Kenya on March 31, 2017 at 7:15 AM


Nakuru Hospice

Established : June 2009

Locatation : Nakuru County

Mailing Address : P.O.Box 7218-20110 Nakuru

Email Address : nakuruhospice@gmail.com

Telephone : 0789273664 0722771409

Organization website  : www.nakuruhospice.org


Brief description: We provide Palliative Care to patients with chronic illnesses that are not likely to be cured such as cancer, HIV/AIDs and other non communicable diseases. This is an approach that improves quality of life of patients and their families with life threatening illnesses through prevention and relief of suffering and treatment of pain, Day care group therapy, Psycho-social support (counseling), spiritual care, Holistic home based care, bereavement support and training health and non health professional in palliative care skills.


Vision : Nakuru Hospice envisions alleviating the physical and psycho-social suffering associated with progressive incurable illnesses


Mission : Our mission is to avail and access high quality palliative care service to patients and their families in Nakuru County and and neighboring counties


Achievements: We have provided quality care to more than 3212 patients and their families. We have seen patients and families who had lost hope that cancer is like a death sentence gain that hope and live normal lives and some go back to work. We have seen those with breast cancer get children and they become living testimonies. We have been able to visit patient who are bed ridden in their homes and they no longer die in pain but die with dignity. We have provided services free and given drugs to the poor and those who have no finances as they spent all what they had towards treatment of cancer.


The most Imediate Needs : 

  • Funds to buy drugs and medical supplies
  •  Funds to run the operations of the hospice ( motor vehicle fuel, insurance, repairs, office supplies, and salaries)
  • Purchase of medical equipment


Long term Needs: In order to be sustainable, we need to construct a full facility that would have inpatient facility. We have noted that many people suffer because they were diagnosed late.This facility would have other functions such as prevention by creating awareness on cancer, screening and diagnostic services. If we get support we would like to support treatment for the poor those who cannot afford as cancer treatment is very expensive


Category: Trust

Matonyok Organization

Posted by CSR Kenya on March 16, 2017 at 2:40 AM


Matonyok Organization

Contact Person: Lenana Alais Momoi

Occupation: chief executive officer

Year established: 2011

Location: Kajiado County

Mailing Address: P.O Box 81-00209 Kimana, Loitokitok

Email Address: matonyokorg@gmail.com

Telephone: +254 753520931 or +254721795231

Brief description: Matonyok is a Maasai word that translates to 'Let's try'. This combined with our value of 'walking the right path' continues to inspire our mission and vision of serving the pastoralists' communities spread out across the country to ensure equitable access to quality political, social and economic resources. Matonyok is cognizant of the marginalized status of pastoralists in Kenya and as such invest in activities that reflect our passion to advocate for social justice and equity.


Our Programs

Education- We seek to design programmes that promote literacy and quality education

Advocacy- Our programmes are fuelled by our capability to champion for access to sustainable and quality social, economic and political resources.

Natural Resource Management: A delicate issue among the pastoralist's communities that Matonyok seeks to address in its goals and objectives.


Vision Statement: Pastoralists’ communities in Kenya have access to quality social, economic and political resources.


Mission Statement: To promote a sustainable approach to holistic development in pastoral communities in Kenya through advocacy and education.

Elpida(hope)development initiative

Posted by CSR Kenya on March 15, 2017 at 11:50 AM


Elpida(hope)development initiative

Contact Person : Stanley ludiema muliango

Occupation: chief executive officer

Year Established : 2011

Located in Kenya: bukhaywa kakamega

Mailing Address : 2888 kakamega

Email Address : sludiema@yahoo.com

Telephone: +254720713456


Brief description : We are an organization based in kakamega county whose endeavor is to achieve universal literacy in the county and at the same time we endeavor to provide clean water to our communities being a basic human need.


Vision Statement : Reduce human suffering by mobilizing the power of generosity from socially responsible organizations and individuals.


Mission Statement : Empower the less fortunate in society


Most significant achievements :

  • We have assisted more than one thousand children get secondary education and college education.
  •  We have also rehabilitated more than four streams thus giving clean water to communities
  • we have bought land to build a children's home and office


Most Immediate Needs: Get sposnors for children education


Long term Needs: Build an orphanage

 

Grapesyard Organization

Posted by CSR Kenya on March 15, 2017 at 7:35 AM


Contact person: Charles Guda

Occupation: Programs Officer

Year Charity was established : 1999

Location : Korogocho slums in Kasarani Division and Mihango location in Njiru sub county

Mailing Address: 2395 - 00100 Nairobi

Email Address : info@grapesyardkenya.org

Telephone : 0723 64 18 87

Organization website : www.grapesyardkenya.org

Brief description: Our work is to care and support orphans and vulnerable Children (OVC) in Kenya. The organization is running the following activities:

  • Community school in Korogocho slums for the Orphans vulnerable children with 1200 children enrolled.
  • School feeding programme in Korogocho slums that serve hot lunch to 1200 children, during school days. This helps to attract and retain children for education since food is a problem to get in most households.
  • Full child education sponsorship at various at both primary and secondary education levels.
  • Children Home to cater for Orphans. The home is located in Utawala Embakasi. It has 100 children receiving shelter, food, clothing, education and mentorship support.

Vision Statement : A healthy educated child in the informal settlements and economically challenged communities
Mission Statment : To facilitate, provide and promote access to education, health and healthcare services to children in the informal settlements and economicaaly challenged commuties in Kenya.
Significant achievements

 

  • Over 1000 children have attained university and secondary education, professsional training and basic education.
  • 1200 Korogocho children are currently receiving primary and free hot lunch.
  • 300 children are on child full sponsorship program at secondary and primary school levels.
  • An orphange with 136 orphans and destitute children and thus able to get a second chance to realize their full potential.

most Imediate Needs 

 

  • Child education sponsorship
  •  Feeding and learning materials

Long term Needs

  •  Infrustructure improvements and expansion
  • Staff capacity building.

Kilele Foundation

Posted by CSR Kenya on February 28, 2017 at 4:10 AM

 

Email: info@kilelefoundationkenya.com

Website: Click here

Telephone: 0721286374

Kilele Foundation is a registered Community Based Organization (CBO) with the Ministry of Gender and Social Services in Kenya. The organization was founded in 2002 with a view to empowering local communities in Machakos County in Kenya to participate effectively towards sustainable community development. The formation of the foundation was precipitated by increased socio-economic problems in the county including youth unemployment that has resulted to drug abuse, chronic alcoholism and village crime, increased economic bondage of women, increased spread of HIV/AIDS, wanton destruction of the environment, apparent neglect of the disabled, low levels of access to clean and safe drinking water and marginalization of the girl child. It is against this background that Kilele Foundation was formed with a view to mobilizing donor funding and local community support in order to generate local solutions for local socio-economic challenges.

 

Mission Statement: Kilele Foundation mission is: “To initiate and implement community development projects that are people-centered, gender responsive and socially, economically and environmentally sustainable.”

 

 

Vison Statement: To become a leading grassroots organization in promoting sustainable rural development in East Africa.

 

Specific Objectives

 

Kilele Foundation strategic objective is to alleviate extreme poverty among rural communities in Kenya through:-

 

  • To empower youth and women economically through income generating activities especially agribusiness production;
  • To create awareness and conduct campaigns among rural communities to combat the spread of HIV/AIDS and other lifestyle diseases;
  • To promote the education of the poor particularly the girl child;
  • To educate and sensitize the local community on environmental sustainability and management;
  • To create awareness and advocacy for the rights of the disabled;
  • To build the capacity of the youth and women to ensure participation in entrepreneurial activities (business skills training).

 



Ndimu Community Based Water Project

Posted by CSR Kenya on February 28, 2017 at 3:00 AM


Contact person: Wilminah Polly Ogema

Email Address : Pollychild.ndimufarm@yahoo.com

Telephone : 254 722807342

Type Of organization: Community based Organization (CBO)

Ndimu community based water project is a non profit membership organization that meets monthly to contribute cash in order to sink a community borehole that would benefit the community and create employment for the youth of that area. Once the borehole is ready it will serve a population of more than 5000 people, hospitals around Ndimu area and schools. 

 

Vision: A world where groundwater is developed and sustainably managed for community water

Mission: To provide safe, sustainable water points and create employment

Immediate Need: Looking for partner to help in sinking a borehole for the community. We are open to matching contribution for the same.





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