Corporate Social Responsibility

Philanthropy at Premier Academy

The word Charity easily resonates with the Premier Academy community. Charity constitutes the social conscience of the school. Our school vision clearly gives the key reason for our existence; to produce ‘model citizens of the world’. A model global citizen must be compassionate, sensitive and empathetic to the needs of others. Our charity is geared towards improving access to and quality of education for the less fortunate. We aim to lift the hopes, spirits, and dreams of underprivileged children. An educated child benefits, not just him/herself and their family but the wider community. It has been said that educating a ‘girl-child’ is educating a society.philanthropy

In the furtherance of this cause, the school sets aside Term 1 of every academic year for charity fundraising activities which has seen tremendous growth over the years. The school also dedicates a full-time club, the Premier Outreach Club (POC) to organize charity activities. This is one of the most popular and visible clubs among our other vibrant clubs and societies.

We have supported numerous students through secondary school education. Some of them are now studying in National Universities. We have fenced schools, donated books, water piping and tanks, equipped hostels, set up computer labs, built and repaired classrooms and fed hungry pupils just to mention a few. Currently, our main project is construction of classrooms and providing piped water to Nonisikitok Primary school in Kajiado County.

We call upon individuals and institutions of goodwill to support and help us accelerate the spreading of this worthwhile endeavor which is also the core of the UN Millennium Development Goals.

Shana Patel – Biochemistry
University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Ryan Mwangi – Civil Engineering
University of Minnesota, USA
Martin Korir – Computer Science
University of Utah, USA
Harsh Patel – Biomedical Engineering
Case Western Reserve University, USA
Yishika Wadhwa – Business and Finance
Univerity of Edinburgh, UK
Tharushi Ranasinghe – International Business
Loughborough University, UK
Sukhraj Sokhi – Mathematics and Economics
Loughborough University, UK
Sonali Wanzah – Physiotherapy
University of Hertfordshire, UK
Sneha Kotecha – Economics and Finance
University of Exeter, UK
Shikha Sangrajhka – Mechanical Engineering with Management
University of Manchester, UK
Rumaisa Khan – Liberal Arts
Warwick University, UK
Rohan Chakrabarti – Economics and Finance
University of Bristol, UK
Mahek Chopra – PPE
University of Warwick, UK
Dev Savani – Actuarial Science
London School of Economics, UK
Cindy Mutunga – Psychology
University of Essex, UK
Audrey Ochieng – Interior Design
University of the West of England Bristol, UK
Anika Gujral – Biomedical Engineering
City University, London, UK
Aneesa Gulamhusein – Law (LLB)
Durham University, UK
Tapiwa Nyampupachitu – Economics
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Zuviya Arshad – Dentistry
College of Dentistry, Pakistan