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KPMG in Cyprus Supports the Pancyprian Volunteerism Coordinative Council’s Campaign ‘Collecting School Supplies for Children’

KPMG in Cyprus Supports the Pancyprian Volunteerism Coordinative Council’s Campaign ‘Collecting School Supplies for Children’

Corporate Social Responsibility programme forms an integral part of KPMG’s corporate philosophy around the world, combining economic and business growth with contribution to the community we live and operate in. Like every year, KPMG aims to implement specific actions with a substantial impact on our society, such as the support for socially vulnerable groups.

To support the campaign ‘Collecting school supplies for children’, relevant boxes collecting material were installed in all of its offices across the island, with staff managing to gather a large number of school essentials. In fact, turnout donated material was massive, beyond any expectation.

On 2/8/19 a delegation of the Pancyprian Volunteerism Coordinative Council (PVCC), consisting of the President, Elias Demetriou and the Secretary, Yiannoula Kyriakidou, went to the KPMG headquarters in Nicosia and received, in the presence of Michael Antoniades, Chairman of KPMG in Cyprus, the school essentials donated by the Firm’s staff in support of the campaign. The material gathered will be distributed by volunteers to children coming from vulnerable families, so that they are fully equipped for the beginning of the new school year.

KPMG in Cyprus constantly works to create a positive impact on the society, by materialising its commitment in improving the world in which it operates in. KPMG feels proud for its employees, who always stand firm to its values and generously contribute to address fellow citizens’ essential needs.

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