In Summary

  • Optiven Foundation Receives Kshs1.5 Million Donation from Fusion Capital.
  • Children from less fortunate backgrounds are getting help to pursue education through scholarships from corporate

The transformative power of education has caught the attention of corporate organizations, prompting them to take a proactive stance in driving societal progress.

Through strategic partnerships and innovative programs, these organizations are leaving an indelible mark on the lives of students across the nation.

Two prominent organizations, Optiven Foundation and Fusion Capital, have come together to propel this journey forward.

Optiven Foundation, a leading non-profit committed to transforming lives through education and empowerment, proudly announced a generous donation of Kshs1.5 million from Fusion Capital.

Children from less fortunate background are getting help to pursue education through scholarships from cooperates as well us opportunities to fain skills and exposure from the same cooperatives.

Through Optiven Foundation education pillar more than 600 students both in secondary schools and TVET institutions are benefiting from scholarships and mentorship programs.

Through partnership with Fusion Capital, Optiven Foundation education pillar has received financial support to run the scholarship program.

When receiving a KSHS 1.5 million cheque from Fusion Capital, Optiven Team leader George Wachiuri urged other cooperates to help the government in providing affordable education by supporting the less fortunate children to pursue education education.

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The contribution will be directed towards the Foundation’s Education Pillar, with a specific focus on the Day School Intervention Program.

We are immensely grateful to Fusion Capital for their unwavering support. Their consistent contributions have made a profound difference in our efforts to provide deserving students across Kenya with education opportunities. Today’s donation of Kshs1.5 million will enable us to continue our Day School Intervention Program and positively impact the lives of even more children.”

~George Wachiuri (CEO Optiven Foundation)

He added, “At Optiven Foundation, we firmly believe in the power of collaboration. Our partnership with Fusion Capital has been instrumental in expanding our educational initiatives and reaching more communities. Together, we are creating a brighter future for the youth of Kenya, equipping them with the knowledge and skills necessary to thrive.”

Daniel Kamau, CEO at Fusion Capital Limited, echoed this commitment to education and empowering the less fortunate

“Education is the key to unlocking the potential within individuals and communities. At Fusion Capital, we are dedicated to bridging the educational divide and empowering those with limited opportunities. We are pleased to continue our collaboration with Optiven Foundation, a trusted partner in realizing our vision of promoting education for all.”

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