Finalist for Business in the Community's Education Partnerships Award 2019.
- 184,000 hours of KPMG employee volunteering in four years
- By 2022, education programmes will have reached 65,000 young people
- 95% of staff reported improvements in their communication skills
“Too often, an individual’s life chances are dictated by their socio-economic background, rather than their talent, potential or work ethic. Our education programmes help build our connection to our local communities. It feeds into our, and our clients’, talent pipeline. And, on top of all that, the programmes provide opportunities for our colleagues to boost their personal and professional development through skilled volunteering.”
Melanie Richards, Deputy Chair, KPMG in the UK