KPMG in India has a strong legacy of improving communities and making change happen. We use our skills and resources to find sustainable solutions to some of the most pressing issues. The firm’s Corporate Citizenship programme works towards sustainable development in communities and brings about a change by working with schools, colleges and organisations that align with our focus on lifelong learning.
Our approach at corporate citizenship is to build and support programmes that range from investing in disaster relief, focused support at schools and green initiatives – all of which are done with the support from our people volunteering in our initiatives.
As always, our people continue to be the driving force behind our programmes. In 2018-19, staff of all KPMG entities operating in India, along with their families, volunteered over 73,000 hours in our various initiatives like mentoring and training students, reading and storytelling sessions under KPMG’s Family for Literacy (KFFL) programme, cataloguing books in libraries, organising carnivals, tree plantation drives and accompanying children on field trips and excursions, among others.
The students take their first flight ever to Delhi
Akhil Bansal interacts with the students over lunch
The students visit the iconic Qutub Minar
The students attend an insightful career counselling session
KPMG women leaders who also mentor these students, in an interactive session
KPMG women leaders conducting a session on
Aspire students in Mumbai attended a road safety workshop