The Chairman of the board Eng. Charles Mutunga is pleased to announce to the members and our Partners a 100% graduation of all our high school scholars that we started educating  in 2009. Thank you so very much for your love and continued support. Eng. Charles Mutunga

On  2/18/2012 Kacoinc board members  awarded 80 scholarships to needy students to attend high school in Kenya. Congratulations to our 2012 Kacoinc scholars. Details at Members Corner!!.



On August 28 2011 Kacoinc in partnership with Fountain of life church extended a well wish message and financial support to each and every family that was involved in the tragic Kawethei road accident in Kenya. Moreover, all the children of the bereaved Families were given an automatic consideration for a scholarship to pursue their High School education.

On 23rd July 2011 Our Chairman Charles Mutunga was presented with a Jamuhuri Award :Humanitarian Category at a ceremony held at Boston MA. The award was bestowed to him by the Kenyan Community in the Diaspora for his humanitarian Contribution in Kenya through Kacoinc. Congratulations Mr. Chairman.


February 2011

74 orphan/needy students awarded scholarships to attend High school-2011. Details at Members corner!!



KACOINC in the news August 11, 2010

EDUCATION: The Kenyan Standard-media  Newspaper Kenya: BY DANIEL NZIA

United States based Kenyans have formed an organization to help in the education of needy students in Ukambani. The chairman of the Atlanta based Kenyan American Community Organization Eng.Charles Mutunga said they target to sponsor 50 girls and 50 boys annually. He said the organization has so far spent about kshs.1m “We have selected certain schools where each provides four KCPE pupils over 339 marks for girls and 348 for boys”he said. Speaking to The Standard in Machakos town Eng.Mutunga said the organization would extend its assistance to other regions at a later stage. “We saw the need to come together and help the needy so that the beneficiaries could go back and help their simblings and the community after they complete their education under this programme”,he added. Eng. Mutunga added the organization would also focus on the provision of water through construction of dams in the region. “We want to ensure the residents do not die of hunger any more by constructing about 100 water dams in the semi arid Ukambani”,he added. He appealed to people in positions to back the intiative so as to eliminate hunger  in the area.


Febraury 2010 52 orphan/needy students awarded scholarships to attend High school-2010. Details at Members corner!!



February  29 orphan/needy students awarded  scholarships to attend High school-2009. Details at Members corner!!

In September 2009 Kacoinc officials recently returned from Kenya where they successfully visited with all the 2009 scholarship recipients. The women of Kaco on the same trip distributed more than 400 bags of maize, 90kg each, to 8 upcountry communities serving more than 10, 000 starving women and children.