Tembo Sacco has helped the disadvantaged people in the society.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate social responsibility is a self-regulating business model that helps a company be socially accountable—to itself, its stakeholders, and the public. By practicing corporate social responsibility, also called corporate citizenship, companies can be conscious of the kind of impact they are having on all aspects of society, including economic, social, and environmental.

Tembo Sacco is at per with this aspect of corporate governance.

Our main partner currently is Rehema PEFA children home. Located just across the road next to Tembo Sacco office.(Thika rd., Exit 7, Garden Estate Rd, Mukima Drive). We visit the home annually where we engage all the Tembo Sacco members by requesting them to send in their contributions in kind and in cash using pay bill.

Payment Details:
A/C NO: T502109430

We believe in changing lives not just financially but holistically i.e. socially, culturally, psychologically and emotionally and by so doing giving a helping hand is one of Tembo Sacco’s driving force.
In addition, Tembo Sacco is currently sponsoring one of the student at Rehema PEFA by paying the school fees fully throughout the Secondary phase.

United we stand: Divided we fall.

How CSR has benefited Tembo Sacco

  • Shareholders—All shareholders i.e. Board of governance, Staff, Members, Vendors and other key partners of Tembo Sacco take part in ensuring there is business continuity through CSR
  • Employees—Tembo Staff are able to address diversity, health and safety, social responsibility and good teamwork by taking part in organization the CSR agendas.
  • Members— Members have been given a chance to participate in social practices such as being charitable to the needy.
  • Communities—Mukima drive community have benefited by taking part in helping the needy and ensuring continuity of the local area.(Rehema PEFA being in this locality).
  • Governments and Regulators—Tembo Sacco being regulated directly by the government through SASRA has also helped ensuring the government has oversight in socio-economic development.