TSC raises over Kshs 10 million in a month towards the Covid 19 emergency kitty
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The Teachers Service Commission has done a great job by rallying other key stakeholders in the education sector to voluntarily contribute towards the Covid 19 emergency kitty.
According to a circular dated May 15, 2020, the Teachers Service Commission had raised over Kshs 10 million within a month’s time.
The contributions were as follows
1. Kenya Secondary See Heads Association, KESSHA- 5 million
2. Kenya Primary School Heads Association, KEPSHA- 1 million
3. Kenya College Principals- 200, 000
4. TSC Secretariat Staff-over 1.6 million
5. Teachers- over 2.4 million
Below is a complete breakdown of how the TSC raised the over Kshs 10 million
Early this month, the Commission had sent messages to all TSC employed teachers requesting them to take a voluntary pay cut through their payslips or give their contributions via pay bill to support the Covid 19 emergency response team.
TSC-Employed Teachers to contribute towards the covid-19 kitty, willingly
The Teachers Service Commission has reached out to teachers across Kenya, urging them to contribute towards the Covid-19 kitty.
TSC teachers are now free to make voluntary contributions to help battle the pandemic.
Through the mobile short message service, SMS, sent to teachers, the TSC indicating that the voluntary contribution can be sent via M-Pesa Pay bill or account number.
Covid-19 M-Pesa Pay Bill and Account Number
Willing TSC teachers and employees can send their contributions towards the covid-19 kitty via Pay bill number 625625 or account number 01001005707400.
“Dear teacher, TSC is playing its fight against coronavirus. You can join us by making a voluntary contribution to Pay Bill Number 625625 or account number 01001005707400,” read part of the message.
Covid-19 contribution via TSC Payroll
Teachers who would like to contribute through the TSC payroll can visit the TSC website www.tsc.go.ke for further instructions.
The money will be later channeled to the Kenya COVID-19 emergency response fund.
Public service workers who would like to contribute to the covid-19 kitty should do so in writing. This can be done by writing a letter to the head of civil service.
The letter should indicate the salary percentage to be deducted and the date when the deduction will be effected.