Corporate responsibility

לצפייה בעמוד זה: עברית

PwC, including PwC Israel, has extensive involvement in community activities. Those activities originate from understanding of the importance of providing support to less privileged groups and involvement in the community. Some of the projects in which we take part are designed to provide support in every-day troubles and some of the projects are aimed to develop, nurture and improve the starting point of community members when facing their future.
 

Employees of all ranks, including managers and partners take part in our community activities. They all contribute their time, efforts and skills. All of our branches across Israel have extensive volunteering activities.
 

Set forth below are some of the projects in which we take part:

  • Assif Hair – collecting food designed for people in need, in cooperation with the LaSova Association.
  • Leket Israel – Israel's National Food Bank – participation in the "Leket Project". Picking fruit and vegetables designed for families in need.
  • Providing support and assistance to after school clubs in Jaffa D and Florentin; PwC employees volunteer in this afternoon club providing various activities to the children.
  • Greek Music Center in Jaffa – Bouzouki-Jaffa Association was established at the initiative of our firm, aiming to create a dialogue of coexistence and forge stronger ties of mutual understanding between Arab and Jewish youths, as well as to draw them closer to Greek music by granting them the opportunity to learn how to play Greek instruments.
  • Granting scholarships to students who demonstrate academic merit and community involvement.
  • In Haifa – support and assistance to Beit Yedidim.
  • In Jerusalem – Cooperation with a social club run by Enosh, the Israeli nonprofit Mental Health Association

Among the organizations to which we provide pro bono services are the following organizations:

  • The Ram Raz Foundation – assisting orphaned children.
  • Dor Hapalmach Association.
  • Pitchon Lev.
  • Micha – Society for Deaf Children.
  • The Therapeutic Riding Center of Israel.
  • MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel.
  • And many others