KGAWG is registered in Kenya as a Social Self Help Group with a goal of having a Benevolent Welfare Fund for its member and family, Group Life Insurance/Funeral Expenses Cover for its members and family as well as participate in other Self Help activities such as Investments and Merry-Go-Rounds, etc. KGAWG is committed to expanding its role in the future by participating in many other activities with a goal of helping members and their families to create support for each other in order to improve members overall wellbeing.
KGAWG was initiated by Judi MiNage, who is also referred to as the Patron. Ms. MiNage and others listed on the “Constitution’s page” felt the need to be connected to Kaimosi Girls Alumni and support one another through an agreed upon the constitution. Ms. MiNage also noticed the unfairness in supporting members to not be fair, giving some members high support, while others little to no support. To keep our relationships intact, it was necessary to come up with a governing constitution that was free from prejudices such as unfairness, popularism, preconceived notions, favoritism, and impartiality. The only way to overcome these biases was a need for a black and white constitution for those people who choose to participate in any of our services (1) Benevolent Welfare Fund (2) Group Life Insurance/Funeral Expenses Cover and (3) Any Investment Schemes.
KGAWG also recognized that participating in any of the above-listed services is TOTALLY OPTIONAL. However, Registration in the members’ portal is Mandatory to afford you the chance or opportunity to participate in any of the three listed services. A lack of participation in any one of the services may also exclude you from benefiting. Every member is encouraged to participate in at least one of the services being offered by KGAWG after registering in the portal. For those who can participate in two or more services will
WHO QUALIFIES TO BE A MEMBERSHIP OF KGAWG?
Kaimosi Girls Alumni, their families and anybody who is willing to abide by KGAWG constitution
Membership is Mandatory especially if you want to benefit from any of the services listed above. A mandatory membership fee is Ksh. 2000 per year.
The current benefit of the Welfare Fund is Ksh.50, 000. Payment is made within 48 hours. This is an opportunity you do not want to miss out. No more worried about where you are going to find money to assist with funeral expenses for your loved ones. Give your loved ones a good send off. Participate in this Benevolent Welfare Fund. Only 45 days grace period before you can receive benefit from the date of paying your premium in full. Don’t waste time; take advantage of this great opportunity. You do not have to be popular to receive benefit. Everybody gets the same money as long as they are fully paid and choose to participate in this program.
We have great Insurance opportunities you MUST consider. This is NOT a Monthly payment but YEARLY PAYMENT.
This section is an effort for members to showcase their business as well as fundraise for KGAWG. KGAWG is showcasing businesses of KGAWG members for free during the website design period. Thereafter, a fee of Ksh. 2500 will be assessed. Ksh. 2000 will go to the web designer and Ksh.500 will remain with KGAWG as a fundraiser effort to assist with KGAWG mission. Your advertisement will remain for life unless members report bad reviews about your business then it will be taken down. Non-Members can advertise at the above rate. All investment opportunities will remain optional as described above to allow members the opportunity to participate ONLY in what they feel most comfortable with at the same time not overwhelming anybody as WE all are not EQUAL and may have our priorities different. KGAWG is here to showcase your products. Take advantage of this great opportunity. Tell your friend to submit their business for listing by KGAWG by first paying the treasure the funds and then submitting their advertisement through our website firstname.lastname@example.org. KGAWG also welcomes DONATION of more than Ksh.2500 from our beloved sponsors.
Mpesa Number: Treasurer – Edith Azegele 0722 682391
KAIMOS GIRLS ALUMNI WELFARE GROUP (KGAWG)
KCB Bank (KCB Moi Avenue, Nairobi)
Account Number: 1223206807
Pay Bill Number: 943123
TRUSTEES AND REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES
Judi MiNage, Class of 1983
Patron, USAIf you like orderliness and fairness, you are in the right place. Take advantage of KGAWG. You will not regret it.
Judy Onyancha, Class of 1984
Representing the USAI would like to take this opportunity to welcome all the Old Girls Boarding School girls, our families and friends to join KGAWG. It is nice to feel supported. We are here to help.
Evelyn Isiolo, Class of 1982-1987.
Representing United Kingdom (UK).KGAWG is great. Do not miss out. Join our sisterhood. Also bring along all your family members and friends. KGAWG is here to help.
Anne Ashibende, Class of 1982
Representing Kakamega/Vihiga/BusiaWhere we are now, no turning back. Let’s stick together in everything and keep KGAWG’s fire burning. We lead and others follow. I love you all.
Nancy Semo, Class of 1999
Representing the Younger GenerationThere is nothing calming than knowing you have a group behind you, should you ever need anything, KGAWG ROCKS!
Consolata Ann Linyulu, Class of 1986
Representing Nairobi AreaI was housed at Yala house with Jane Wasilwa, Hellen Khaoya, Jackie Tina Ekesa and many others. I was the Catering Prefect and Choir member. I enjoyed playing the drums in the Kaimosi Girls Choir that took me and others to state house with Mr. Zalo. Great memories of Kaimosi Girls! Let’s celebrate together.
Ann Ambiyo, Class of 1983
Representing Bungoma/Lugari/KitaleI am here for service. Let me know what you want and we shall make it happen. Let’s build KGAWG in my area.
Benter Gondi, Class of 1983
Representing Nyanza - Lake Victoria RegionNyanza comrades, KGAWG is here to assist. Please take advantage of this great welfare project. Let us help one another. Contact me is you have any questions.
Beatrice Mwashi (AKA) Karakacha Class of 1986
Representing Mombasa.I was the school Head-Girl then. Currently, I am a teacher in Mombasa. KGAWG is home for me. The warmth and sisterhood is very calming. I see a brilliant future for the Welfare.
Silvia Dangana, Class of 1983