Corporate Social Responsibility

We engage actively with our communities because we understand the value of our people and our country. Apart from providing free healthcare for all staff members and their immediate family, BM Security strives to improve other aspects of their lives.

BM Brand Ambassador tops Toyota 10k Marathon

Our Cash in Transit driver, Paul Odipo, has aspired to be a top athlete from a young age. We have made sure that he can pursue his passion for long-distance running even as he grows his career in private security.
BM sponsors his visa fees and athletic equipment for marathons in the USA, including the 2015 Boston Marathon and the Flying Pig Marathon in 2014 and 2013.
Paul’s dedication is a remarkable testament to his character, and we are proud to encourage him. Read more about his achievements in BM Sasa (December 2014).

Scholarship for Survivor of Garissa University College Attack, 2015

BM Security is sponsoring the education of a Garissa University College student following the horrific terror attack at the institution on 2 April, 2015.

Nearly 150 people were killed and many others injured. The 646 students who survived the ruthless shooting have been relocated to Moi University in Eldoret while the Garissa campus remains closed for investigations.

Ndovu Zetu Concert

BM Security boosted the fight against elephant and rhino poaching by granting comprehensive Events Security coverage at reduced prices for the music concert held at the United Nations Recreation Centre Grounds on 28 February 2015.

Medical Aid for Salome, 2012

BM helped raise the funds for the reconstructive surgery of Salome, a 12-year-old girl with severe burns. She survived a fire that engulfed her body and left her with terrible scars, and we are proud to be part of her healing journey.

As a home-grown company sustaining the livelihood of thousands of Kenyans, we are always ready to lend a helping hand when our country falls into crisis.

Drought Relief, 2011

We championed the initiative to address the situation during the 2011 drought, the worst in Kenya since 1950. BM Security donated through the Kenya for Kenyans initiative by Kenya Red Cross, partnering with other stakeholders to provide relief to families around the country.

Post-election Violence, 2007-8

Following the traumatic violence that left thousands of Kenyans displaced after the 2007 General Election, BM took an active role in nursing the wounds of this devastating event.

We visited an Internally Displaced Persons camp in Naivasha, one of the worst affected areas, and donated vital supplies to ease their daily lives. In addition to meeting with the victims, BM Security donated funds for sanitation facilities.

Every election season, we campaign against the reoccurrence of violence and we advocate for peace in our nation.