KPMG in Cyprus supports the 'Adopt a Family for Easter' campaign

For yet another year, KPMG in Cyprus has embraced the 10th 'Adopt a family for Easter' campaign.

To support the initiative, an internal collection campaign took place in all KPMG offices across the island, with KPMG staff managing to collect a large number of essentials which were donated to the Pancyprian Volunteerism Coordinative Council and will be distributed to families in need through the District Coordinative Councils/Volunteer Centres. "Our goal is to offer joy to families and children during this festive time," the company noted in a press release.

Maria A. Papacosta, Board Member and Head of Clients & Markets, KPMG in Cyprus, commented, “As the holiday season approaches, we see it as an opportunity to bring warmth and joy to those who need it most. Our dedication to supporting vulnerable families reflects our belief in the power of working together. It's not just about giving; it's about showing empathy and standing in solidarity.

We're thankful for our employees and volunteers who have worked tirelessly to support our mission. Their commitment and compassion are evident in the creation of 'Love Packages'—providing hope and comfort to those facing difficulties.

In times like these, we take pride in our people and their dedication to our values. Their generosity knows no bounds as they reach out to help others in need. Together, we're making a difference, one act of humanity at a time.”

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