A papyrus restoration partnership between Finlays and the University of Leicester and funded by German retailer REWE aims to create 'floating islands' of recycled plastic bottles containing the plant used as the first type of paper.
Finlays has an ongoing commitment to training, including supervisory, vocational and employment based training, as well as life skills support to reduce stress. The Financial Wellness Programme provides employees with skills and resources to enable them to navigate the financial aspects of life successfully.
Committed to the community
We have recently lent a helping hand in protecting the Mau Eburu Forest, a cause to which we have long been committed. In line with our endeavours to serve as a catalyst in the community, James Finlay Kenya supports efforts such as saving the Mau Forest, conserving the Bongo, supporting 11,200 small scale farmers through the Kibagenge project, and supporting the NGO Rhino Ark.