Social responsibility has become significantly important in society as we go about our usual business. To this end, we also take time to remember the less fortunate in our society. Just like many people from all over the world have been recognising and assisting the needy in the community, we continue to contribute, promote, and prioritise our efforts in alleviating the growing needs of the most vulnerable amongst us.
We are committed to improving the livelihoods of those around us and have taken strides to further our CSR activities this year, a move that led us to examine all aspects of our footprints, including the impact on the environment, children, the elderly, education, and health. – Rosa Nduati – Mutero, Managing Partner, ALN Kenya
We had the opportunity to work with several stakeholders, including Destiny Shapers, St. Paul’s Children’s Home, Jicho la Huruma, Sapling Trust Foundation, Little Sisters of the Poor, Faraja Cancer Support Trust, Logos Scholarship Fund, Kibaoni Primary School, the Cerebral Palsy Foundation and Mombasa Food Festival, among others.
We are committed to having long-term partnerships with our beneficiaries, and it gives us great joy and satisfaction to watch the outcomes achieved and progress made over time by these worthy causes. We are particularly grateful to the ALN Kenya Partnership, employees, friends, clients and the ALN Kenya CSR committee who have displayed their generosity by donating towards our CSR initiatives. We also wish to express my deepest gratitude to the outgoing CSR Committee who finalised their two year term in December 2022 for their exemplary work and to everyone who has participated in each of the initiatives.