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The KPMG Foundation makes donations to help with relief efforts after natural disasters or pandemic around the globe, and often matches staff donations on a dollar-for-dollar basis.

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Helping our communities during Covid-19 outbreak

The Covid-19 outbreak has brought unprecedented challenges and caused serious disruptions to the world and local communities.

In the face of this outbreak, our firm responded quickly to support local needs. Starting from February 2020, we partnered with our well-established network of NGO partners who worked tirelessly in the field to provide much needed relief to underprivileged groups.

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i. Provided medical supplies to hospitals and other underprivileged groups

We assisted the following NGOs by donating:

  • Over RMB 3 million to Future Smile Charitable Foundation to fund emergency relief efforts, mainly for the provision of medical supplies and equipment
  • Ten non-invasive ventilators to Leishenshan Hospital in Wuhan in early February through the Beijing United Foundation for China’s Health in mainland China
  • 90,000 surgical face masks to Henan Children’s Hope Foundation, which operates homes for underprivileged children undergoing medical treatment
  • Hygiene kits to St. James’ Settlement to assist 1,500 people with mental health problems or intellectual disabilities
  • Hygiene kits through Plan International Hong Kong to 884 low-income families in Hong Kong
  • 250,000 masks through the United Front Work Department of the CPC Central Committee for beneficiaries in Hong Kong.

ii. Provided emergency funding

  • Provided emergency funding for low-income families in Hong Kong through the Society for Community Organization (SoCO)
  • Supported the Standard Chartered HKCSS subdivided unit subsidy programme, helping address some of the immediate financial needs of low-income families.

iii. Supported post-Covid-19 mental health recovery programme

  • Donated about RMB 200,000 to Shanghai United Foundation, which assisted elderly and disadvantaged families in Wuhan to relieve both physical and psychological stress, improve their ability to cope during the public crisis, and help them get back to a normal life.
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