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NGOs we support

Helping to improve lives

Founded in 1982, Floga is a parents association of children with cancer embracing thousands of families all over Greece. PwC employees help Floga representatives sell their items and promote their work during our in-house bazaars; we regularly provide in-kind donations and visit Floga premises.

MDA Hellas   
Muscle Dystrophy Association (MDA) is a non-profit health organisation helping people with serious neuromuscular diseases. We support MDA through our Running Team. Every time we run in Athens Classic Marathon, our firm and our partners give a monetary contribution to MDA. Also MDA participates in our in-house bazaars.

WWF Hellas
WWF has the mission is to stop the degradation of our natural environment, and build a future in which humans live in harmony with nature.  Its efforts focus on biodiversity and footprint. PwC Greece provided pro bono audit services to WWF Hellas for five years (2010-2015). Also, WWF participates in our in-house bazaars and gives educational lectures to our people and their children.

Bloode is an online platform that aims to meet the need for blood, by increasing the proportion of blood donors and organising the blood donation system in Greece. PwC Greece met Bloode through Orange Grove. On February 2016, we sponsored its big event on blood donation to the benefit of children with cancer in Floga. We’re also planning a humanitarian blood donation in our offices within the next months.

PwC, as well as our people and their families, support Christodoulion in many ways such as with the recent donation of PCs.  In addition, we enhance cultural awareness and development of the girls, by donating tickets to various entertaining activities, theatre plays and movies.

Boroume has the mission to reduce food waste and to fight malnutrition. We provide them pro bono audit services and cooperate on various humanitarian initiatives.

ELEPAP-Rehabilitation for The Disabled, is the first non profit, charity organisation in Greece that since 1937  has been providing services to more than 100,000 infants, children and adults with motor disabilities, cerebral palsy, brain injuries and other neurodevelopmental and cognitive disorders, in Athens, Thessaloniki, Ioannina, Chania, Volos and Agrinio. ELEPAP participates in PwC Greece in-house bazaars. 

Penelopion is a day-care and kindergarten for babies and small children of very poor families or single mothers. Pinelopion takes care of 130 children per year (from six months to four years old) from 6.00 am to 4.00 pm. PwC employees regularly organise donation of clothing, creative educational material and food for the children. 

Contact us

Vivian Ino Tsamadou

Senior Manager, PwC Greece

Tel: +30 210 6874613

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