CSR: Kwetu Home of Peace – Madaraka

CSR - Kwetu Home of Peace

 

Kwetu Home of Peace is a rehabilitation Centre for street boys between ages 8-14 years, established in 1993 in response to increasing number of children on the streets of Nairobi, Kwetu’s goal is to “ensure that street children are rehabilitated and developed to their full potential to become productive members of society”.

It strives to achieve this vision – To Love Is To Share by reaching out to street children in Nairobi to give them love, hope and dignity to maximally develop their potentials.

Kwetu Home of Peace has two centers: The Nairobi West Center hosts about 30 children while the larger home in Ruai sits on a 40 acre piece of land where the bigger children stay as they school before re-integration back to the society.

On the 22nd August 2019, Eka Hotel was privileged to visit the Kwetu Home of Peace in Nairobi West area. The Eka Hotel team has seven representatives from various departments. During the event, Eka Hotel under Amrit Foundation shared good monents with the Kwetu Home of Peace community and made food donations.

Sr. Caroline (the Home Director), Sr. Esther, the Board’s Vice Chairman among other community staff were in attendance. They thanked Eka Hotel on its commitment towards supporting the Home in the last few years. In this regard, the Hotel was awarded a certificate of appreciation by the Home.

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Standard Chartered Marathon 2017

Eka Hotel once again participated in this year’s Standard Chartered Nairobi Marathon organized by the Standard Chartered Bank, with the support of Athletics Kenya and other event organizers. The Nairobi Marathon, which is the flagship project for our “Seeing is Believing” community initiative that aims to raise funds for the needy in the community has become internationally renowned and has placed Kenya on the international map.

Eka was represented by a team from the Hotel, who participated in the 10km race.

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CSR: Homeless of Nairobi

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On August 4th, we had the great pleasure of visiting and spending time with the kids at Homeless of Nairobi, a home for former street kids. We played games, danced, had lunch and had a great day with them! In partnership with the Amrit Foundation, we also managed to donate several beds, food and other items to assist the home.

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