Reward and Recognition

StareheFuture aims to secure the future of the Starehe Girls' and Starehe Boys' Centres and this may seem as a very ambitious goal as it requires substantial funds.

However the students of Starehe are encouraged to aim high and the Starehe's motto Natulenge Juu means ‘let us aim high’, and if the boys and girls at Starehe can overcome their circumstances and achieve such excellent results, we're confident that we can also succeed.

In return, we are able to offer tailored rewards, depending on the level of your gift and your specific requirements.

Tangible recognition

For example, it may be possible to create a bursary in your name, to arrange a visit to the school or correspondence with a Starehe pupil.

Plus your support welcomes you into exceptional company, including prominent supporters such as HRH The Princess Royal, leading industry figures and eminent former Stareheans.

If you’d like to discuss this, please contact us.

Rewards and Recognition

Simon Martin- Head of Group, Corporate Sustainability HSBC Holdings presents cheque to Lord Hastings and former student Michael Kiprop at one of the charity's Corporate Thank you receptions hosted by KPMG

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