KENYA SEED DONATES SANITARY TOWELS TO VULNERABLE NEEDY CHILDREN IN TRANS-NZOIA
Kenya Seed Donates Sanitary towels to vulnerable needy Children in Trans-Nzoia
Kenya Seed Company Ltd plans to strengthen its support to Giving Hope to the Hopeless Organisation through donation of Sanitary towels for the young girls under their outreach programme. The donation, under the Company’s CSR program, will be handed over to the organisation on 21st July 2021.
Giving Hope to the Hopeless Organisation is a vulnerable orphaned child centered in Trans- Nzoia that is commited to providing basic requirements such as education, food, clothes, and sanitary pads for girls among others. The activities of the organisation through their outreach program aims at uplifting the lives of needy children in Wehoya area, sirende ward. The Organisation has orphans, widows and widowers who are beneficiares and come to the centre for help.
The organisation founders sought support from Kenya Seed Company. Their request was granted after realising the impact this would have on the community. This is after the company noticed the rising number of teanage pregnancy and school dropouts due to lack of sanitary pads. The donation is under the company’s CSR pillars on Education & Health
“Kenya Seed seeks to invest in community through uplifting lives within our business area. This is through products knowledge and also extension of support in improving the community livelyhood”, said Mr Fred Oloibe, Ag. Managing Director, Kenya Seed.
Kenya Seed seeks to invest in the community through investment in Corporate Social Responsibility adding value to the farming business. In the interest of community building, the company works with, supports, provides for and strengthens communities in our business region. The company makes an investment of 1% annual company profit before tax towards CSR. Under CSR activities the focus is on Education, Sports, Health and Environment.For more information, please contact: Jane Gitau- Senior Corporate Communications Officer Telephone: 0791315075