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Corporate social responsibility

CIC Insurance Group has been responding to the insurance and investment needs remaining true to our mission of enabling people achieve financial security. Guided by our values of Dynamism, Integrity, Performance and Cooperation, we endeavor to be in touch with the community within which we operate. As a leading insurer and financial service provider, we have committed to be responsive to society needs by carrying out initiatives that add value in the community. Despite the Covid-19 pandemic adversely affecting the country in 2020, CIC Group was able to participate in a number of activities and give back to society while observing the Ministry of Health directives.

Educating needy and bright students through CIC Foundation

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Mwamko children’s home based in Soweto slum.CSR
July 16, 2021

Spending time with the needy.

As Covid-19 became a reality in Kenya, many citizens struggled with the challenges presented by the disease and the containment measures. Majority of the institutions dependent on well-wishers suffered due…
CIC golf playing for charityCSR
July 16, 2021

Golf for charity

We know that education is one of the most important investments a country can make for its future. In order to continue promoting access to quality education, CIC participated in…
CIC staff visited Chemi Chemi Primary SchoolCSR
July 16, 2021

Spreading love to the less fortunate

In celebration of Valentines, a day embraced by CIC Insurance Group as an opportunity to show care and concern for those living around us, CIC staff visited Chemi Chemi Primary…
CIC Foundation offering high school scholarshipsCSR
July 16, 2021

Educating needy and bright students through CIC Foundation

CIC Foundation continued to support needy and bright students by offering high school scholarships to children from a cooperative background. One of the foundation’s objective in its mission to contribute…
CIC Sponsors AMREF Wellness FestivalCSR
July 16, 2021

CIC Sponsors AMREF wellness festival

A study by the Ministry of Health in 2015 records that in Kenya Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) account for more than 50 per cent of inpatient admissions and 40 per cent…