In line with our values, we realize that we can only thrive in a society where we give back and utilize our resources to support our communities and protect the environment by joining in the conservation efforts.
We pay close attention to the issues that are important to our stakeholders, employees, customers and the community. Those that directly or indirectly touch on our operations such as environmental protection and fair and equal employment opportunities rank top most. We marry this with our resolve to continuously empower women in our society as well as fund small businesses for community development.
Every Chase employee intrinsically believes that our CSR objective is linked to the goals of the institution – to be good corporate citizens, to be a great place for customers to enhance their financial partnerships, to be a good work place, and to be a positive influence in the communities we serve. As a result, the Chase Bank Foundation has been established to identify the social, environmental and ethical issues that affect our business, raise awareness and build our employees commitment.
We aim to build stronger and healthier communities through our strategic social investments in Women and the Environment.
AMREF - Stand Up For African Mothers Initiative
Did you know that 200,000 mothers die every year due to a lack of simple medical care? The Chase Foundation aims to raise funds for this initiative, so we can collectively contribute to reducing maternal mortality by 25%.
We at Chase Bank thank you, our community, for your continued support, loyalty and faith in our institution. The Bank continues to engage in corporate social investments that seek to give back to the society we operate in. On 9th February 2013, the Chase Group staff and community will hold a 10 KM charity walk in the Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary to raise funds to help reduce maternal mortality in Kenya by 25%. This noble initiative is in support of a partnership the Bank has with AMREF named the Stand Up for African Mothers Initiative.
Through AMREF, the funds raised will train over 15,000 midwives in Kenya and the region. The Chase Group staff has for the past few weeks sold T-shirts and caps to raise funds and we invite you to assist us in our fundraising efforts by contributing to this worthy cause. This can be in the form of donations or purchasing T-shirts and caps for members of your organization and families. More importantly, we would be honored if you join us on 9th February 2013 from 9 am.
In our journey to becoming a great institution focused on promoting good in our country, you remain an integral part of our success.
The Chase Foundation’s long term Vision is to empower women and make Chase Bank the country’s first fully eco- friendly Bank. Our Kes 4 Million sponsorship to ZanaAfrica for the production of low cost sanitary towels supports our vision of woman empowerment. ZanaAfrica is a social enterprise that believes in solving poverty at its root by supporting girls and women with access to the tools they need to thrive. They are working towards a Kenya where every female has safe, accessible feminine hygiene products and relevant health information to unleash her innate power in school, in work, and within her family and society. By creating technology-based tools to gather data to inform policy, ZanaAfrica combines product with purpose, ZanaAfrica aim to unleash girls innate potential at school, work, home, and within the community to break the cycle of poverty.
Chase Bank Donates to Cheryl Children’s Home, Nairobi.
Administration and Facilities team poses with the children from Cheryl’s children’s home. The boys represented the team in the presentation of food stuffs and a water storage tank.
Chase Bank and Zanaa Africa A-Pad-A-Day Drive
High School students receive sanitary towels from the Chase Foundation through a partnership with Zanaa Africa. Zanaa are committed to keeping girls in school through the provision of sanitary towels.
Ngong Road Forest Sanctuary.
The Ngong Road Forest is a vital piece of publicly owned Forest Reserve, adjacent to some of the most informal settlements in Nairobi such as Kibera and Dagoretti. Ngong Road Forest Association’s goal is to preserve the forest and ensure that its resources are utilized well without destroying what is left of it.
Chase Bank committed Ksh. 5 Million to support, fence and manage the Ngong Road Forest, creating a secure and safe environment for both stakeholders and visitors who use the forest for both its resources and for leisure and ecotourism activities
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