Cluster Foundation

They need us

The Cluster Foundation (TCF) is a not-for-profit organization that inspires people with Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) to find hope and to change their self-perception, and that of the society, through delivering services that build their confidence and independence into seeing the possibilities of leading an active successful life beyond their fears or barriers.

Together We

CAN Make A

Difference!

Our Background

The Cluster Foundation (TCF), evolved from the experience of two people, Nick and Njoki, who came together as Corporate Motivational Trainers and Outdoor Excursion Trainers and came up with a program for a mutual friend with a spinal cord injury acquired from a motor vehicle accident and had been home for 22 years without a social life.

You Can Be A Part Of Us

There are two ways in which one can be involved in TCF’s Inspiring People with SCI Program: Volunteering and Donations

Our Programs

The mandate of TCF is to search for ways people with spinal cord injury can continue enjoying life even though more differently than before, wherever they are, with the resources available; also dubbed leisure after spinal cord injury.

ICE (I Can Experience)

The purpose of these activities is to expose beneficiaries to things they CAN do and how they can do them; ICE happens once every month.

ROPE (Reaching Out Post-injury Experience)

The purpose of these activities is to expose beneficiaries to things they CAN do and how they can do them; ICE happens once every month.

COTE (Couples Out To Experience)

It addresses the challenges couples experience and exposes them to a fun and learning venture to salvage or spice up their marriages. COTE happens once every year.

Peer and Family Support

This supports the families and friends of People with SCI by encouraging and inspiring them to appreciate and encourage their afflicted loved ones while at the same time breaking some stereotypes formed on the basis of traditional cultures & beliefs. Beliefs that are derived from a myriad of sources

DATE (Disability Accessibility Training Experience )

This is TCF’s Training Curriculum for organizations teaching the use and development of positive attitudes towards people with disability. The objective of the curriculum is to gain a better understanding of organizations’ need to be enlightened and to identify any existing good practice that could assist themselves to develop their practice.

Our Projects

The Cluster Foundation (TCF) is a not-for-profit organization that inspires people with Spinal Cord Injury (SCIPs) to find hope and change their self-perception.

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