Member Benefits Include

  • Have the opportunity to run for positions as board members.  This means that you will contribute to the design of campaigns we get involved in to improve lives in Kenya.
  • Be part of an international movements of organizations dedicated to caring for people harmed by alcohol and /or illicit drugs —truly worthwhile work that makes a difference in the lives of so many men, women, youth and children.
  • To be informed on our work of campaigning against alcohol and drugs and help us lobby the county governments and national government to support our fight against drugs.
  • Receive our monthly newsletter and report with information about what your support has done.
  • Get opportunity to attend our training workshops for FREE.
  • Attend General assembly meetings and other networking events.
  • Contribute to Blue Cross Kenya’s blog.
  • Take advantage of internships and job opportunities.
  • Mark Blue Cross Days and other days that the organization marks by organizing events.
  • Get discounts on paid youth and teen Life skills Camp.
  • Benefit from skill building workshops conducted by Blue Cross Kenya.
  • Participate in Blue Cross Kenya activities and Events.
  • Participate in international exchange programmes.

Who can be a member?
Blue Cross Membership is open to individuals of different ages, and religious affiliations, including women, men, girls, and boys. The Members are independent, non-political and non-denominational Christian associations to assist marginalized populations and people harmed by, or at risk to be harmed by alcohol and drugs.   

To be a Blue Cross Kenya paid up member you need to pay an annual membership fee of:

Adult (27 years and above) – Ksh 1000

Youth (Age 19 – 24 years) – Kshs 500

Children (18 and below) – Kshs 200

Group Membership (Youth & Women groups) – Ksh 300 per person in the group

Corporate Membership (like minded organizations) – Kshs 5,000

Step 1: Go to Mpesa Menu
Step 2: Lipa na Mpesa
Step 3: Pay Bill
Step 4: Business number ( 386524)
Step 5: Account Number ( Name of the contributor)
Step 6: Amount (Ksh)
Step 7: Mpesa PIN
Step 8: Feedback from Safaricom