“Community is much more than belonging to something; it’s about doing something together that makes belonging matter.” – Brian Solis
Redevelopment of Kilimani Police station
The foundation has partnered with other organizations in the redevelopment of the Kilimani Police Station. This is a community funded project that give the police station and complete facelift.
Kilimani Organic Farmers Market
Every Sunday we host an organic farmers markets in Kilimani, in partnership with the Organic Farmers Market. Inspired by the need for healthier lifestyles and better eating habits, we strive to promote community building through health and wellness. At the market you will find the best of certified organic honeys, sauces, cheese, wines and lots of vegetables.
Kilimani Street Festival
Three times a year, we close one street in Kilimani and transform it into a public gathering space, as we celebrate diversity of our community through art, music, fashion, food and entertainment.
“I Can’t Sleep” Campaign
The foundation seeks to create a better environment for all through its campaign against noise pollution from clubs, matatus, construction sites, outdoor churches and other noise pollutants.
Kilimani Rising Project
This is a pilot street reclamation project led by residents, schools and corporates who work together to make our streets cleaner, more inviting public spaces.
The foundation seeks to create more greenery in Kilimani by committing to planting a minimum of 1000 tress every year through the Grey2Green Campaign.
Kilimani Leadership Dialogues
The foundation creates opportunities for Kilimanians to engage with their local government official, in addition to creating a platform for political aspirants to debate their views during elections.
Kilimani Community Dinner
The foundation hosts an annual community dinner which brings residents, businesses, and guests together to discuss their concerns with community leaders and to fellowship as neighbors.