At KPMG, we are committed to being a responsible business and to working with society and our communities for better. We have been working in national partnership with the NSPCC since April 2018, raising £1.5 million - £1,060,000 of this money can pay to run Childline for 35 days and £440,000 of this money can support 146,000 primary school children through the Speak out, Stay safe programme.
We are now looking for our next National Charity Partner to be voted in by KPMG colleagues. The new partnership will run from December 2021 for a period of two years, with the aim of raising £1m.
Ultimately, we want our National Charity Programme to continue to deliver cohesion, engagement and connection to our communities and enable us to bring our people together in this new hybrid world of working and volunteering from both offices and home.
After the last 18 months we are looking for a National Charity who can support society to build back better following Covid-19. It is also essential that the charity has national reach across every office in the UK including our Scottish offices.
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If you are interested in becoming our new National Charity Partner, we have outlined the information you need to know before sending us your application. Please read the below information carefully.
Here are some of the key criteria:
Please note: our offices will continue to support local social mobility charities and schools alongside the new chosen National Charity.
Great! We look forward to receiving your application before 5pm Thursday 7 October.
We will work with colleagues from across the UK firm to create a shortlist of charities to invite to our charity pitch day on Monday 25 October. In the event you are successful, please hold this date in your diary. Following the charity pitch day, we will create a shortlist of 3 or 4 charities to put to an all-colleague vote.
We’d like to say ‘thank you’ for your interest in our National Charity initiative, so for any charity that reaches our final voting stage, we will donate £1 per employee vote for your charity, irrespective of the winner.
Step 1: Complete application form – download the form here.
Step 2: Email us your completed application form, with an attachment of your latest annual report by Thursday 7 October at 5pm to email@example.com
Step 3: Successful shortlisted charities will be notified by Friday 15 October.
Step 4: Shortlisted charities will be invited is repeated here to join us either at our London office or virtually on Monday 25 October and pitch to the panel (please hold this date, should you be successful).
Step 5: The panel will decide on the final 3 or 4 charities to put to an all-colleague vote.
Step 6: One charity will be chosen to become KPMG’s National Charity – this will be announced at our all-colleague Connect 2021 event on 16 November 2021.