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Campaña "Una Navidad Especial"

Campaña "Una Navidad Especial"

El 14/12/2012 se llevó a cabo la campaña "Una navidad especial" para niños en abandono y riesgo social

Campaña "Una navidad especial" para niños en abandono y riesgo

El 14 de diciembre se llevó a cabo la campaña "Una navidad especial para niños en abandono y riesgo social" , contando con la colaboración y participación de miembros de KPMG.

En esta oportunidad se acudió a los hogares Ayuda y Esperanza (Villa El Salvador) y Rayo de Luz (Pachacamac), los cuales están a cargo de una asociación religiosa originaria de Italia. Estos hogares tienen la misión de brindar cobijo y educación a niños que desafortunadamente se encuentran en estado de abandono y riesgo (aproximadamente unos 80), haciéndoles descubrir los valores de la vida, como el amor, la caridad y la solidaridad.

En esta ocasión KPMG en Perú se tomó de las manos para colaborar con dicha iniciativa y poder llevar una tarde de alegría y sonrisas a dichos niños, haciéndolos gozar y disfrutar una linda celebración navideña, contando con un banquete, show infantil y un regalo para cada uno.

Además, se realizó una contribución para las necesidades básicas, a través de una donación de leche, medicina, pañales, entre otros artículos de limpieza, los cuales les serán de gran ayuda.

Cabe resaltar que esta actividad es la culminación de la campaña 'Una Navidad especial para niños de los Hogares Ayuda y Esperanza y Rayo de Luz', promovida por el Comité de Responsabilidad Social de KPMG en Perú. Dicha campaña permitió a todos los miembros de la firma contagiarse del espíritu navideño y descubrir la magia de compartir, realizando donaciones en efectivo y colaborando con la donación y compra de postres y snacks.

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John Veihmeyer

Global Chairman


“Sustainability is an essential element of KPMG’s business strategy. Our responsibility to communities and the marketplace drives us to implement sustainable principles, which adds value for our clients and reflects the values of our professionals.”


We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment, addressing local environmental challenges and working with clients to advance environmental sustainability.


Our actions include: achieving ambitious emissions reduction targets; developing new approaches to account for natural and social capital; supporting collaborative projects with partners, such as the UN Global Compact and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD); and serving as a leading provider of climate change and sustainability services for our clients.

Global Green Initiative

In 2008, KPMG International announced the Global Green Initiative (GGI), a commitment to address climate change by focusing on three pillars:


  1. to measure, reduce and report KPMG’s global emissions
  2. to support environmental projects within our wider commitment to our communities; and Advancing sustainability
  3. to work with our partners, employees, suppliers and clients to help them reduce their climate change impacts.

The GGI started with an ambition to reduce our combined greenhouse gas emissions per full-time equivalent (FTE) employee by 25 percent by 2010, on a 2007 baseline. We achieved this target. A new target was set in 2011 that seeks a further 15 percent reduction in net emissions per FTE by 2015, compared to 2010. As of 2013, we have achieved a 10 percent net emissions reduction. Furthermore, 27 percent of our total purchased electricity is now procured from renewable sources.

 


Environmental sustainability statistics cited above are based on aggregated results of a group of KPMG firms representing 85 percent of full-time equivalent KPMG people globally, which are used to estimate total emissions from all KPMG firms.

John Veihmeyer

Global Chairman


“Sustainability is an essential element of KPMG’s business strategy. Our responsibility to communities and the marketplace drives us to implement sustainable principles, which adds value for our clients and reflects the values of our professionals.”


We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment, addressing local environmental challenges and working with clients to advance environmental sustainability.


Our actions include: achieving ambitious emissions reduction targets; developing new approaches to account for natural and social capital; supporting collaborative projects with partners, such as the UN Global Compact and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD); and serving as a leading provider of climate change and sustainability services for our clients.

Global Green Initiative

In 2008, KPMG International announced the Global Green Initiative (GGI), a commitment to address climate change by focusing on three pillars:


  1. to measure, reduce and report KPMG’s global emissions
  2. to support environmental projects within our wider commitment to our communities; and Advancing sustainability
  3. to work with our partners, employees, suppliers and clients to help them reduce their climate change impacts.

The GGI started with an ambition to reduce our combined greenhouse gas emissions per full-time equivalent (FTE) employee by 25 percent by 2010, on a 2007 baseline. We achieved this target. A new target was set in 2011 that seeks a further 15 percent reduction in net emissions per FTE by 2015, compared to 2010. As of 2013, we have achieved a 10 percent net emissions reduction. Furthermore, 27 percent of our total purchased electricity is now procured from renewable sources.

 


Environmental sustainability statistics cited above are based on aggregated results of a group of KPMG firms representing 85 percent of full-time equivalent KPMG people globally, which are used to estimate total emissions from all KPMG firms.

John Veihmeyer

Global Chairman


“Sustainability is an essential element of KPMG’s business strategy. Our responsibility to communities and the marketplace drives us to implement sustainable principles, which adds value for our clients and reflects the values of our professionals.”


We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment, addressing local environmental challenges and working with clients to advance environmental sustainability.


Our actions include: achieving ambitious emissions reduction targets; developing new approaches to account for natural and social capital; supporting collaborative projects with partners, such as the UN Global Compact and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD); and serving as a leading provider of climate change and sustainability services for our clients.

Global Green Initiative

In 2008, KPMG International announced the Global Green Initiative (GGI), a commitment to address climate change by focusing on three pillars:


  1. to measure, reduce and report KPMG’s global emissions
  2. to support environmental projects within our wider commitment to our communities; and Advancing sustainability
  3. to work with our partners, employees, suppliers and clients to help them reduce their climate change impacts.

The GGI started with an ambition to reduce our combined greenhouse gas emissions per full-time equivalent (FTE) employee by 25 percent by 2010, on a 2007 baseline. We achieved this target. A new target was set in 2011 that seeks a further 15 percent reduction in net emissions per FTE by 2015, compared to 2010. As of 2013, we have achieved a 10 percent net emissions reduction. Furthermore, 27 percent of our total purchased electricity is now procured from renewable sources.

 


Environmental sustainability statistics cited above are based on aggregated results of a group of KPMG firms representing 85 percent of full-time equivalent KPMG people globally, which are used to estimate total emissions from all KPMG firms.

John Veihmeyer

Global Chairman


“Sustainability is an essential element of KPMG’s business strategy. Our responsibility to communities and the marketplace drives us to implement sustainable principles, which adds value for our clients and reflects the values of our professionals.”


We are committed to reducing our impact on the environment, addressing local environmental challenges and working with clients to advance environmental sustainability.


Our actions include: achieving ambitious emissions reduction targets; developing new approaches to account for natural and social capital; supporting collaborative projects with partners, such as the UN Global Compact and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD); and serving as a leading provider of climate change and sustainability services for our clients.

Global Green Initiative

In 2008, KPMG International announced the Global Green Initiative (GGI), a commitment to address climate change by focusing on three pillars:


  1. to measure, reduce and report KPMG’s global emissions
  2. to support environmental projects within our wider commitment to our communities; and Advancing sustainability
  3. to work with our partners, employees, suppliers and clients to help them reduce their climate change impacts.

The GGI started with an ambition to reduce our combined greenhouse gas emissions per full-time equivalent (FTE) employee by 25 percent by 2010, on a 2007 baseline. We achieved this target. A new target was set in 2011 that seeks a further 15 percent reduction in net emissions per FTE by 2015, compared to 2010. As of 2013, we have achieved a 10 percent net emissions reduction. Furthermore, 27 percent of our total purchased electricity is now procured from renewable sources.

 


Environmental sustainability statistics cited above are based on aggregated results of a group of KPMG firms representing 85 percent of full-time equivalent KPMG people globally, which are used to estimate total emissions from all KPMG firms.

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