For the past 11 years, KCDF has hosted a Community Open Golf Tournament to raise resources from friends and partners alike to support various community projects that enhance and encourage local giving by matching every shilling raised in the tournament in a shilling-for-a-shilling (50:50) model.
This year, KCDF celebrated 25 years of investing in communities by holding its 11th annual Community Open Golf Tournament on March 18th, 2022, at the Karen Country Club. Our goal was to raise Kes. 5M to support five community projects under the shilling-for-a-shilling model. Communities raise 50% of the total project cost and KCDF through its partners matches the amount raised. This model has proven over time to create a sense of self-reliance and ownership among the communities, building their confidence in identifying, resourcing, and prioritizing addressing their development challenges.
In case you missed out on joining us, take a look at how the day's event went: https://youtu.be/MZWkRLbsa9o