MacCoffee partnered with Ma Math Charitable Trust Kenya to give back to the underprivileged in society.
The event held at the Amrita Primary School saw the local community receive foodstuff and an array of MacCoffee products as the country continues to battle effects of Covid 19.
In attendance was the event Chief Guest Mr Ashish Sinha Deputy High Commissioner India to Kenya and Dr Manish Shah, Philanthropist & Trustee of Ma Math Charitable trust with management committee member, supporter & doners of the trust.
Speaking at the event Mr. Abhishek Rana, Regional Head Food Empire Holdings said that MacCoffee will continue to unite with fellow Kenyans in the fight against Covid 19 pandemic and its impact on Kenya.
“We are honoured to join hands with the Trust and genuinely appreciate Trust continuous humanitarian activities during this difficult time and various projects undertaken by the trust to transform the lives of the underprivileged of our society”
Dr Manish Shah, Philanthropist & Trustee of Ma Math Charitable trust said,” We thank MacCoffee who have been in Partnership with the Mata amritanandamayi Math charitable trust for three years now to carry out humanitarian activities that serve the most disadvantaged section of the society.”
Amrita Center has taken a formidable step to offer free education and feeding programs to around 300 needy children of the nearby slums in Athi River, Nairobi.
MacCoffee has also been in support of the government initiatives to curb the spread of COVID 19 by ensuring that the Frontline Workers especially the healthcare workers and Security forces are well equipped as they go about their daily activities.
MacCoffee will continue to unite with fellow Kenyans in the fight against COVID 19 pandemic and its impact on Kenya.