Who we are

The Foundation

Optiven Foundation is registered under societies rule 1968, it was registered on 30th May 2014. It is the Soft Arm , the Corporate Social Responsibility of Optiven Limited.

  • We cover Sustainable Development Goals - (SDGs) - SDG No.2 Fight/Eradicate Hunger through our Feed One More Initiative
  • We also cover SDG No.5 Gender equality where we seek to change the course of the 21st century through addressing key challenges such as poverty, inequality, and violence against women and girls.

Vision
To be pacesetters in social-economic transformation

Mission Statement

Create visible transformation that positively impacts the communities, partners and other stakeholders through sustainable socio economic programmes through our major pillars; provision of education to needy children, poverty alleviation, promotion of health and environmental protection.

Working Methodology

Optiven Foundation work through donations and volunteer work. The founders have also authored books that all the proceeds from the sales goes directly to the foundation. The founders also give service to the community; this includes youth Motivation, business talks, advisory to investment groups for volunteer tokens. All these tokens are credited to the foundation in order to further the foundation goals and aspirations

The Focus/Objectives

  1. Provision of education opportunities to millions of needy children in Africa.
  2. Poverty Alleviation
  3. Promotion of Health and
  4. Environmental Protection.

The foundation is supported to a great extent by its mother company Optiven Limited and also the trustees.

Core Values

  • Community Focus
  • Good Stewardship
  • Integrity
  • Empowerment

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News and Events

Optiven Foundation Feted For Transforming Lives Across Kenya

Update on 17-08-2019

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Rebuilding Of Schools – A Role For Alumni

Update on 04-08-2019

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Optiven Foundation Welcomes Partnerships To Bridge Mobility Disability

Update on 26-07-2019

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Mentorship can change the lives of graduates

Update on 23-07-2019

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