NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS LAW
We have for a long time provided reliable legal services to non-profit organisations, now identified as Public Benefit Organisations (PBOs). The Firm is highly regarded for its ability to provide services which are responsive to the specific needs of our clients. We are passionate about supporting our clients and provide a strong legal anchor on which our clients can structure and build their programs. Our services to public benefit organisations entail registration, merger and dissolution.
We advise a diverse clientele, ranging from individuals and small nonprofits to major religious, charitable and public benefit organizations.
Some of the key services we have consistently provided to our PBO clientele include registration which includes advising on the most suitable choice of formation.
We draft the articles, bylaws, operating agreements and other formation documents that are best suited to the particular needs of the non-profit
With the heightened scrutiny on NGOs in Kenya we have ensured that we provide our NGO clients with regular and reliable legal audit to ensure their compliance with the operational laws governing NGOs in Kenya. This has enabled our NGO clients to remarkably reduce legal tussles which would otherwise
drain their resources.
We have also provided continued support through regular legal opinions to our PBO clients. This has enabled them to fulfill their missions and protect their interests.
Our comprehensive range of legal services to PBOs therefore includes registration, legal audits on compliance with statutory requirements, preparation of contract documents and legal advice on contract provisions, licensing and permit requirements, employment law, work permits and immigration requirements.
Our clients range from small start-up groups to large medical organizations, children’s development organizations, anti-poverty groups, and global health organizations. Advocates in the Firm have also worked with non-profit organisations across numerous industries in the past, including the community
development, human rights, education, and health care.