By inspiring our people and leveraging their talents, we can make a difference and drive positive impacts all along our value chain. By participating in our CR work, employees grow both professionally and personally. At 33,000 strong, the efforts of our people can make a powerful impact.
PwC Charitable Foundation provides financial support in times of need – both to the people of PwC and their immediate families and to nonprofit organizations that support and promote humanitarianism and education. Our vision is to engage the people of PwC in a way that creates meaningful connections to the causes we support and a lasting legacy.
We invest in our communities because it is the right thing to do. Reinvesting in the sustainability of our local cities is meaningful not only to those directly impacted, but also to our people.
We believe it’s important that our people demonstrate our culture of giving. Our goal is to inspire 100% of our people to give back, whether through financial means, or by donating their time and skills.
This program supports our firm’s culture of service and the development of our people's civic responsibility. Our Summer 2011 efforts benefitted nearly 101,000 children across the country through the organization of 250 projects.
This unique program provides seed money to selected staff to implement a local community project of their choice. Since its launch in 2009, we have funded over 60 projects and our people have demonstrated that all it takes is a little money and a little time to make a big difference.
As a professional services firm, we have skills and knowledge that we can leverage to increase proficiency in math and financial literacy and better prepare youth to make responsible decisions, be productive citizens, and contribute to a healthier economy. These students are our future leaders, not just at PwC, but in the broader business community.
We have a social obligation to provide intellectual, physical, and financial support to our communities. On a more personal level, our people care about the communities in which they live and work, and this culture is a distinctive point of pride at PwC.
As an organization, we recognize that we have a social obligation to provide intellectual, physical, and financial support to our communities. On a more personal level, our people care about the communities in which they live and work, and this culture is a distinctive point of pride at PwC.
Our goal is to inspire 100% of our people to embrace our giving culture by participating in one or more of our charitable activities, whether that be through hands-on or skills-based volunteering or through financial means. By proactively connecting our workforce to volunteering opportunities based on their skills, interests, and the needs of their local markets, we give them the tools they need to make a meaningful impact. And when we focus our collective efforts on our three cause areas of youth education, climate change, and social inclusion we further amplify that impact.
The primary focus of our community engagement is youth education, which provides growth opportunities for children, advances future leaders, and further develops a base of professionals to succeed in an increasingly complex marketplace. Read more.
In addition to supporting education and humanitarian causes, the PwC Charitable Foundation helps the people of PwC and their immediate families in times of financial hardship or distress. Read more.
Why are we sending hundreds of PwC partners, staff, and interns to volunteer a week of their time to teach financial literacy and job readiness in impoverished Belize City? Read more.