Daly & Inamdar Advocates are committed to ensuring that their dealings are consistent with their core values of integrity and competence. The Firm prides itself for being highly professional and ethical problem-solvers and this is reflected in our approach to Corporate Social Responsibility. We believe that we have a responsibility to use our influence as a leading law firm to positively impact our employees, clients, law and policy makers and the wider Kenyan community.The Firm has an annual budget for charitable donations and a committee dedicated to building awareness, sensitising the staff to the various areas of need in our society and encouraging participation in various charitable events.
Our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) focuses on supporting existing charities, projects that develop education and improve health in marginalised communities as well as Pro Bono work.
Support of Charities and Associations
Several partners of Daly & Inamdar are on the board of Kenyan charities and assist in the running of these charities.
Some of the charities we have supported by way of donation and staff participation in various events are:
- Operation Smile – a charity that performs medical surgery to correct palate deformities in children.
- The Standard Chartered Nairobi Marathon- a charity run that helps raise money for the ‘Seeing is Believing’ project aimed at eradicating avoidable and curable blindness.
- The Matter Heart Run (previously known as Dettol Heart Run)- whose objective is to perform free heart surgery for disadvantaged children and young adults. Staff of the Firm participated in the Run
- Safaricom Challenge/Lewa Foundation – a charity Run to raise money for building Schools for the Lewa Community in Laikipia District,Kenya.
- The ‘Flying Toilets’ project to build pit latrines in one of the city slums.
- Donations to the Moot Club of the Law Faculty at Moi Eldoret University to support training of advocacy.
- Safaricom Charity Auction– we purchased and sold a pedigree bull to raise money for a Thika School for destitute children.
- The Firm made contributions to The National Famine Relief Fund.
- The Firm established and supports Junior Achievement Kenya.
- The Firm Supports the Nairobi Women’s Hospital Gender Violence Recovery Centre and the Kenya Red Cross.
Due to restrictions on publicity for the legal profession, these donations are not publicised in the media.
Pro Bono Work
As a firm we believe that we have a responsibility to improve access to justice and legal advice to members of our community. Our lawyers do a considerable amount of pro bono work for indigent individuals, charities and worthy causes. The Firm has advised and assists a number of charities in the furtherance of their objects, such as Junior Achievements Kenya Limited, the Mpesa Foundation and the East African Women’s League.