The Alliance High School Old Boys Club is proud of our association with following partners, who have generously supported the Alliance Classic Run 2018:
Centum is an investment channel providing investors with access to a portfolio of inaccessible, quality, diversified investments. Centum’s key objective is to consistently generate market beating returns by building extraordinary enterprises throughout Africa. Founded in 1967, Centum’s vision is “To be Africa’s foremost investment channel.
I&M Bank is a leading commercial bank headquartered in Kenya, with a growing regional presence currently extending to Mauritius, Tanzania and Rwanda. Since its inception in 1974, the Bank has evolved from a community financial institution to a publicly listed Kenyan-based regional commercial bank offering a full range of Corporate, Business, Premium and Personal banking services. I&M Bank has a strong network of international correspondent banks that includes major multinational banks and Financial Institutions. The Bank has a countrywide network of 41 branches and 57 ATMs covering the eight major commercial cities/towns in Kenya.
The Karen Hospital is a private multi-specialty hospital in Kenya. We offer world class medical treatment at affordable costs. We understand that each patient is different with unique needs and therefore tailor make services to suit each individual. The Karen Hospital a one stop solution for all your medical needs.
Minet is a pan-African insurance brand with an extensive African footprint. We pride ourselves in the dexterity to meet the uncertainties of tomorrow by delivering risk and people solutions today. As the largest Aon Global Network Correspondent, we have access to a network of over 50,000 colleagues in more than 120 countries as well as proprietary data, research and analytics. This enable us to manage and secure the risks of tomorrow by providing our clients with an unrivalled advantage.
PCEA Kikuyu Hospital is one of the oldest hospitals in Kenya, having been founded in 1908 by Scottish Missionaries and has stood the test of time to become one of the most community-friendly hospitals in the region. The hospital is divided into four units namely, General Hospital Unit, Eye Unit, Dental Unit and Orthopaedic Unit, each fully equipped and supported by committed and qualified doctors, nurses and other support healthcare personnel. We serve more than 170,000 outpatients annually and have a bed capacity of 230.