The Langalanga Scholars Professionals Association (LLSPA) was founded in 2010 and officially registered under the Societies Act, Laws of Kenya on 26 March 2014. It is an association made up of volunteer alumni of the Langalanga Scholarship Fund (LLSF) and was established so that scholars might offer something back to the communities in which they were born. Despite the very humble backgrounds of LLSPA members the Association provides a support network, mentors alumni, offers guidance on job seeking and has been instrumental in supporting the most disadvantaged members who have been affected by the coronavirus.  The LLSPA also provides an enduring connection to the Langalanga area and schools where they sponsor charitable activities, continuing the traditions of the Langalanga Trust in supporting the disadvantaged and poor. They are also instrumental in the selection process and administrative support provided to new scholars entering secondary school.

Their aims are to:

Provide mentoring and support to all LLSF scholars.

Conduct visits to local homes for children gifting food and clothes;

Engage with local Primary Schools to encourage and support pupils and present prizes to the best performing students;

Offer financial support to selected alumni to assist them when they are in crisis;

Act as a focal point and network for scholars once they leave education finally to seek employment and make their way in the world;

The officials, elected in December 2019, are:

Chairperson: Josphat Kabui

Vice Chairperson: Jackline Muturi

Secretary: Tabitha Njoroge

Treasurer: Samuel Kariuki

Members Representative: Philip Karogo