AAR Insurance Delights Kawempe Homecare

Every child deserves to grow up with a smile on their face.

However, this web many children cannot afford the smile because they are either busy fending for themselves or battling illnesses.

AAR Insurance Uganda today Thursday reached out to some little innocent souls at Kawempe Homecare.

Kawempe Homecare is a home that takes care of sick children, decease the elderly and other special needs persons in the Kawempe area. During their visit, AAR Insurance donated Shs 5,000,000.

They also carried along some essential items for the namely: sugar, soap, posho, salt, clothes, shoes and so much more for the children.

A visibly emotional David Matte (Brand Manager – AAR Insurance) who was a part of the AAR Insurance team said, “There are moments when words alone aren’t enough and a caring hand is what truly counts.”

He went on to say that the unexpected journey of sickness often brings exhausting emotional challenges and financial burdens.

AAR pledged not relent in their efforts to support the needy.
AAR pledged not relent in their efforts to support the needy.

He also explained that by offering this small contribution, AAR Insurance wanted to demonstrate a new dawn of hope to the struggling children.


On behalf of Kawempe Homecare, Mr. Guma Samuel (Director) expressed deep gratitude towards AAR Insurance.

He said that the contribution is such a big boost and will surely go a long way in enabling Kawempe Homecare help even more disadvantaged people.

Mr. Trevor Ariho, the General Manager of AAR Insurance called upon all able Ugandans to always reserve something small for the disadvantaged because it is through this kind of responsibility that many are able to attain a fairly decent life.

He further pledged that in line with AAR Insurance’s vision to be the insurance partner that protects Africa’s future, they will not relent in their efforts to support the needy.

AAR Insurance has curved out an image of being a socially responsible brand through various activities like tree planting to conserve the environment, offering free health checkups, consultations among others.

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