Community engagement

"I believe PwC Hungary’s most decisive role will be in knowledge sharing, which is how we create value, and which should serve not only the needs of the private sector, but of society at large. To accomplish that goal, we have launched various community initiatives and training programmes, including our Civil Mentoring Programme, “It’s about others”, and our annual Volunteer Day."

Tamás Lőcsei
Country Managing Partner, PwC Hungary

Corporate voluntary

We have organized our Volunteer Week annually since 2014. The most popular event of the week is Volunteer Day which was organized in October last time. More than 500 PwC staff visited various non-profit organizations, foundations, schools and social enterprises to get acquainted and to donate their labour and skills.

Our experts provided free in-house training for 60 representatives of non-profit organisations on taxation, data protection, communaction, strategy development and design thinking. What does this day mean to our colleagues, and what other good causes did they support? Watch our video to find out (in Hungarian)!

Now it is a tradition to organize a Charity Cake Sale, a Christmas Market, which offers merchandise handcrafted by people with disabilities and blood donation.


It's about others

We launched our CR project “It’s about others” for the eighth time in 2018. Our aim is to show that it is not enough to talk about corporate responsibility, but we must take action. We would like to raise students’ and employees’ awareness of the importance of corporate responsibility, and give groups engaged in this field the opportunity to carry out their own corporate responsibility projects.


Civil Mentoring Programme

In March 2017, the Pro Bono Team at PwC Hungary launched a mentoring programme for non-profit organisations. We continued the programme in 2018 and 2019, enhanced by the experience we gathered last years. Our experts held a series of trainings in five modules for nonprofit organisations whose applications for the programme had been successful. The trainings also provided the participants development and networking opportunities. This was followed by a six-month mentoring programme for the organisations selected by the panel. During these six months, PwC’s employees assisted the organisations and provided them guidance in their everyday operation.




Simon Katalin

PR Menedzser, PwC Hungary

Mészáros Balázs

Partner, PwC Hungary

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