Kenya Airways has began to accept voluntary contributions from passengers, happy to donate ‘excess’ coins but also notes for that matter, for funding of the airline’s charitable programmes across the network.
Besides Kenya, where KQ’ corporate responsibility projects have made a big impact on society, and on the environment through their ‘plant a future’ treeplanting campaign in the Ngong Hills, the airlines has also been supporting carefully selected projects in Nigeria, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania and Uganda.
This latest campaign however also accepts, besides the cash, requests from passengers which projects should be supported in their home country reflecting the interactive nature of Kenya Airways’ initiative.
With over 3 million passengers carried per annum the level of contributions anticipated will make a substantial impact on the lives of many deserving people, all due to ‘Change for Change’.
Compiled by Jackie