KPMG provided one million dirhams in support of the “One Billion Meals” initiative to provide food support to the poor and vulnerable groups in 50 countries, especially children, refugees and displaced persons.
KPMG’s support for the initiative was differentiated between the company’s staff and management, who said they “believe in the lofty goal of this effort to combat hunger, especially during the holy month of Ramadan.”
Nader Haffar, chairman of the company’s board of directors in the Middle East and South Asia, and Nader Haffar, chairman and CEO of the company, said, “The company is proud to contribute to this initiative that embodies the values of generosity. Giving is rooted in the Emirati community.”
He said, “The company’s donations are included in the exceptional income of donations, and ensures a comprehensive social response from a large number of individuals, organizations and the public and private business sectors to alleviate hunger and feed the hungry.”
He stressed the role of the company’s staff in supporting humanitarian initiatives and helping communities around the world, noting that “the private sector plays a vital and responsible role in helping the poor.”
“The initiative embodies the values of generosity and generosity rooted in Emirati society”.
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