Cerebral Palsy Society of Kenya (CPSK) is a charitable Organization working towards the improvement of the welfare of children and persons afflicted by CP in the Country. The Society was formed in 1994 by parents and guardians of these children and has remained steadfast in its endeavor to enable as many children as possible live more fulfilling lives.
CPSK’s Mission is to offer the best support services through the provision of therapy, promotion of awareness and advocacy of appropriate measures to improve the welfare of persons afflicted by cerebral palsy in Kenya. Their Vision is to ensure that persons afflicted by cerebral palsy in Kenya are rehabilitated to enable them realize their full potential.
Eka Hotel Nairobi, through the Amrit Foundation was privileged to visit the Cerebral Society of Kenya (CPSK) located in Nairobi’s Donholm area on the 24th February 2022. Being the month of Love, Eka Hotel wanted to extend love to the CPSK community (people afflicted by Cerebral Palsy together with their immediate caregivers. The visit which was spearheaded by the CSR committee at Eka Hotel, was a big success. We managed to host lunch for approximately 70 people; 20 children, 20 parents/caregivers, 15 CPSK staff and 15 Eka staff drawn from different departments.
Every year, CPSK conducts a Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month in March and this year they would like to invite the Amrit Foundation to be part of this program. The invitation documents would be shared separately with the Amrit Foundation.