AT CHUNA SACCO
To mobilize savings and provide affordable financial services aimed at promoting socio-economic welfare of members through prudent management and diversification of products and services while recognizing the interest of stakeholders.
Chuna Sacco Society has two major Divisions/Departments: It has both a Back Office Sacco Activities (BOSA) and a Front Office Savings Activities (FOSA)
The Society has opened a FOSA office as a way of deepening its financial service delivery to membership.
We have a wide range of BOSA products .Check on our BOSA products page for various loan products
We have various savings accounts that suits Kenya market. Visit any of us band start saving today
CHUNA SACCO MEMBERSHIP
YOU CAN NOW BE A MEMBER BY APPLYING FROM YOUR COMFORT
FOR YOU TO APPLY ONLINE PLEASE READ OUR MEMBERSHIP REQUIREMENTS HERE
ENSURE YOU HAVE YOUR I.D IN SCANNED FORMAT
ENSURE YOU HAVE PASSPORT PHOTO ALSO IN SOFTCOPY
Do you have any queries concerning online applications? call our ICT team for immediate support . 0794 875 028
WHY CHOOSE US
Fast loan Processing
We strive to process and disburse loans fast within the stipulated period for all facilities.
Our team is highly qualified, dedicated and ready to serve you all time.
With our dedicated resources at the customer care desk, you get timely response to all queries.
How can you be a Member
A person of either sex who possesses all of the following qualifications shall be eligible for membership :-
Is within the field of membership consisting of the following common bond: Any employee or ex-employee of the University of Nairobi, and CHUNA SACCO LTD, resident in Nairobi or elsewhere in Kenya , and
Is not less than eighteen years of age, and
Is of good character, and
Is resident, or occupies land within the Society’s area of operation, and
Is not a member of any other SACCO Society.
“Just like nature plans out the
days and the seasons and
measures them in calculated
proportions; we should do the
same thing with money. Money
must be planned for and
planned with, and measured
into calculated proportions.”
― Hendrith Smith