Maa Community Foundation (MCF) is a non-Aid rural based, community focused social organisation founded on the principle of volunteerism and community service. It was founded in May 2005 by 67 Egerton University students, later registered in August 2006, registration number NRK/DSS 10032 as a community based organization, under the name Maasai Community Project which was later changed back to its original name, in April of 2007. It has satellite offices in Narok, Kajiado and Transmarra districts. The Narok office is hosted by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports in the ultra-modern Narok North Youth Empowerment Center as it runs the bulk of the organizations youth programmes. Maa Community Foundation has partnered with Ewaso Ngiro South Development Authority (ENSDA), National Environment Management Authority, Town Council of Narok, and the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports. It covers both Narok North and South constituencies as its members are covered across the constituencies. Mission:The mission of the organization is to build and support a community of youth and women working to build sustainable livelihoods, defend human rights and social justice and to inspire and empower a new generation of youth to act for meaningful social change. Membership: The organization has a membership of 7 youth led organizations, 20 youth and women groups with an average membership of 35 members each in Narok and Kajiado Counties. Activities: The following activities are carried out by the organization and its partners; Clean up activities Tree planting, Farmers' trainings Capacity building workshops, Student & youth mentoring, Free Medical Camps, ICT and Entrepreneurship training, Peace building workshops
is to build and support a community of youth and women working to build sustainable livelihoods, defend human rights and social justice and to inspire and empower a new generation of youth to act for meaningful social change.