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Corporate Citizenship

Corporate Citizenship

At KPMG we believe in the power of people to do great things.

At KPMG we believe in the power of people to do great things.

Making a Difference

Making a Difference - Corporate Citizenship at KPMG highlights KPMG's award-winning skills based endeavours in Corporate Citizenship over the previous eighteen months and brings together, in a collection of short stories, the wide range of communities and charities which have benefitted from the extra-curricular and voluntary efforts of KPMG's people.

Seamus Hand, Managing Partner at KPMG in Ireland says: "Our commitment to corporate citizenship is a great example of our higher purpose in action - we inspire confidence and empower change in communities in Ireland and overseas. We have an award winning corporate citizenship programme that has received widespread recognition, most recently acknowledged with the Outstanding Achievement in Corporate Social Responsibility Award 2017 at the Chambers Ireland CSR Awards”

Karina Howley, Head of Corporate Citizenship at KPMG added: “Good corporate citizenship is at the heart of all great organisations and we’re privileged to work with some of Ireland’s most dedicated charities and voluntary bodies, helping make a difference to those who need it most.”

Read the report here.

Corporate Citizenship at KPMG

At KPMG we believe in the power of people to do great things. Our Corporate Citizenship programme creates opportunities for all of our people to make a difference.

In Ireland and overseas we work with outstanding Corporate Citizenship partners - helping people overcome difficulties and challenges whilst learning and sharing new skills.

We group our award winning Corporate Citizenship into five categories:

  • Charities 
  • Community 
  • Developing World 
  • Education 
  • The Environment

You can find out more about just some of our Corporate Citizenship initiatives via the KPMG Ireland YouTube Channel.

KPMG Proud Winners of three Chambers Ireland CSR Awards 2017

Business in the Community Ireland

Business in the Community Ireland have published their 2019 Business Impact statistics. In 2019, KPMG people dedicated 14,912 hours to volunteer initiatives, a 14.5% increase from 2018. The firm made €347,860 in cash donations to various charities, employees generated €129,224 in fundraising activities and the firm made €1,002,558 in in-kind donations including numerous charity pro-bono projects. 

KPMG Ireland has 159 community connections with organisations, including a wide range of schools running our various literacy programmes to once-off charitable contributions. In 2019, over 1,600 KPMG people in our offices in Dublin, Belfast, Cork and Galway took part in our various volunteer initiatives.

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