At Migaa we understand that we have a responsibility to our society and we have made Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) an integral part of our business culture. We strive to making a difference in people’s lives and focus on the following key areas:
Below are some of our latest CSR activities.
January 2021 Visit to Divine Mercy Hope Children’s Home
Giving back to the society gives us unparalleled fulfillment, and a chance to know the community around us better. At Migaa, we continue spreading love and hope through charity. On 25th January, we paid a visit to the Divine Mercy Children’s Home in Ting’ang’a and we were excited to see the bright faces of the children.
The team spent quality time with the children and donated foodstuff, clothes and other essential items. Our main aim was to ignite change and make a lasting positive impact in the hearts of the little children.
Migaa’s long term strategy is to take the lead role in strengthening the community around us.
Migaa Tree Planting - November 2020
Environmental sustainability has been part of our promise at Migaa and in 2020 we undertook various activities to ensure we maintain our 50% open green space promise.
On our completed back nine holes, we have managed to plant over 10,000 trees.
We held our annual tree planting day in November and the team managed to plant 500 trees during this exercise.
Visit to Divine Mercy Hope Children’s Home
It is always a pleasure to give back to the society in every little way we can. On Friday, 3rd July 2020, a few of our team members visited Divine Mercy Hope Children’s Home in Ting’ang’a and met Sister Esther, the home’s matron alongside the children. We were delighted to see the progress and the direction the home is taking to provide food and shelter to the needy children, some as young as days old.
We were delighted to donate clothes and foodstuff to the home, and were also pleased to learn that they practice livestock farming – the produce from which, they use within the home and sell the surplus for self-sustenance.
School Fees Payment Project
As the Migaa Community we understand and value of education. This is why we constantly strive to support the community in any way that we can as our social responsibility. We choose to sponsor the education of bright but needy students in the community. Gregory Mbui, a form 2 student at Chania Boys, was very elated to be a beneficiary of this initiative. The team was happy to present Gregory with a cheque that is aimed at payment of his school fees at Chania Boys.
He is part of the Morning start Ministries a home for abandoned children. He would like to be an Aeronautical engineer when he grows up.We wish Gregory the best of luck in his pursuit for education.
Ting'anga Model Primary School Project
Ting’anga Model Primary is a school located in Kiambu Town. It is one of the best performing schools in KCPE in Kiambu County. In a bid to improve the school learning experience and children lifestyle, Migaa performed a need analysis and came up with a work plan to address the needs identified. We started with the rehabilitation of the sports field and broke ground through a friendly football match between Migaa staff and students of Tinganga Model Primary School. We also engaged in a tree planting session and refreshments thereafter.
We continue to support the school by gearing up for phase 2 which will include the repairing of the classroom windows, washrooms and sanitary areas within the course of the year
Trees are fundamental to the ambience of any residential estate, in essence, define its very nature. We see trees as the basis. Indigenous landscaping of wealth, character and integrity of Migaa. By planting a selection of indigenous species, we expect to attract and feed birds throughout the year. And through this, we anticipate that the property will take on new and interesting dimensions.
Migaa’s goal is to plant 1,200 trees within the course of the year.
Children's Home and Migaa Staff End year & Christmas Party
We believe in giving back to our community. During our staff party, we invited children from the Morning Star Ministry Children’s Home in Kiambu to join in a fun day to celebrate and mark the end of the year. We also donated foodstuff and clothes.