How we give back We recognise our role in enabling sustainable societies
so as to create shared value.

What is the Old Mutual Foundation?

Through the Old Mutual Foundation, we continue to invest in the development of the societies in which we operate. Old Mutual Foundation is the social responsibility arm for the Old Mutual Group, which includes Faulu Microfinance Bank. The foundation creates a positive impact in the community through partnerships to provide financial education, skills development, access to quality healthcare and environmental conservation efforts.
Looking after your financial wellbeing
  • Financial education, skills and literacy programmes, including financial awareness and education programmes.
  • Financial inclusion programmes, such as those intended to strengthen bottom-of-the-pyramid financial services providers, promote innovative models of distribution of financial services and financial technology, and/or advance research on the financial system that informs more inclusive national policy and regulation.
  • Entrepreneurship and enterprise development activities that aim to bring small local businesses into the financial system.
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Healthcare and environment

We support access to quality healthcare through funding provision of medical equipment, improvement of healthcare infrastructure and intervention programmes. We also support environmental conservation through the funding of sustainable management of resources, the protection of the natural environment, changes in public policy, individual behavior, and conservation initiatives.

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Find out more about what we do

Read all about our initiatives in various communities and more.

Staff Volunteerism in our communities

UAP Old Mutual staff contribute their time, resources and skills for community development projects. This has enabled intervention in the following projects:

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  • Clean up activities in upper hill
  • Tree planting – 15,109 tree seedlings: Kagundu Primary School, Murang’a, Kitengela tree planting, Homabay tree planting in Soklo Hill community land, Kisii tree planting in Kotienditi Primary School
  • Aberdare National Park
  • Aberdare National Park is one of the oldest national parks in Kenya located in Nyeri county. Over the years the salient sector of the park has degraded due to the high concentration of wildlife in the area thus overexploitation. Through a partnership with Kenya Wildlife Service, the Foundation sponsored the planting of 40,000 tree seedlings. The aim is to restore 60 hectares of the salient sector.

    Environmental conservation projects include:

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  • Donation of furniture to Kipkabas Downs School
  • Provision of storybooks to 10 schools with Chosen Children of Promise in Dagoretti constituency
  • Provision of school uniforms to 100 pupils in Todonyang’ Mission School Turkana
  • Supporting Kaliku and Kiliku School in Kitui with boarding amenities including beds and mattresses
  • Our education projects include the following:


    1. Volunteerism at free medical camps for the communities with a reach of over 5,000 people

    Below is one of the volunteering we do in the communities:

    READ MORE ABOUT THE FOUNDATIONIf you want to find out more about our global impact and more about our initiatives then read all about it in our brochure.