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PwC Bermuda donates $21,000 to local charities

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Professional services firm PwC Bermuda has donated more than $21,000 to 28 local charitable organisations as part of employee-led holiday giving initiatives.

The firm said employees volunteered at feeding programmes and other charitable organisations earlier this month, and donated gift vouchers from the firm, given in lieu of the annual holiday party, to local charities of their choice.

A spokeswoman added that the firm’s partners matched these donations, and made a further donation to three charities “doing incredible work assisting our community by helping those most at risk and in need”.

Scott Watson-Brown, PwC Bermuda partner, said: “We are proud of our people and grateful to them for supporting so many great causes this holiday season.”

He added: “It has been an extremely challenging year and we at PwC extend our sincere gratitude to the community organisations in Bermuda working so tirelessly through it all to help those in need.”

Homeless initiative: PwC staff with donations to the Salvation Army (Photograph supplied)
Christmas joy: PwC employees donated gifts for the annual Toys for Tots campaign run by the Coalition for the Protection of Children and HSBC Bermuda (Photograph supplied)
Food prep: PwC staff helped to prepare and deliver meals at the community feeding programme at Christ Church, Warwick (Photograph supplied)
Helping hand: PwC volunteers at the community feeding programme at Christ Church, Warwick where they helped to prepare and deliver meals (Photograph supplied)

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Published December 14, 2020 at 12:45 pm (Updated December 14, 2020 at 12:46 pm)

PwC Bermuda donates $21,000 to local charities

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