Each year, Solomon, joined by friends of goodwill, celebrates his birthday together with other December babies by donating food to identified needy children centers and families. The idea is to also give them necessities for Christmas and to last them for a few extra months.
Solomon is one of the pioneers of this group where that mobilizes resources via social media and provides the much-needed meal of chapati and stew to OVCs while trying to identify and address immediate needs like clothing, food, and shelter.
Nipe Pamper Initiative
The idea behind this was mobilizing friends to come out and support learners living with Spina Bifida in Thika Joy Town School for the disabled by giving them much-needed adult pampers. The charity exercise that took place for two years went a long way into keeping these learners in school.
Solomon has been involved in community service in his county of residence, Kiambu, where he participates in charity events for schools, churches, children centers, public places, etc involving food donations, clean-up exercises, tree planting events, etc. Kiambu is a town in Kiambu County, Kenya.
Training and Mentorship
To share his knowledge with others, and to equip youth with skills requisite for self-reliance, Solomon has organized and participated in training for youth in Kiambu County. He has also been mentoring young people in skills by training them on both soft and hard skills. He is part of the pioneers of PEPEA
Rising Stars CBO
The group was created to volunteer in community social work including garbage collection, tree-planting and civic education exercises.