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KPMG Gives Back

Published:Thursday | July 7, 2016 | 12:09 AM
KPMG in Jamaica’s Raymond Campbell (centre) is flanked by colleagues Dario Dixon and Vinoy Palmer, after they planted trees at the Maxfield Park Primary School. The initiative falls under the international celebration of Earth Day, which was celebrated recently under the theme ‘Trees for Life'.
Employees of audit firm KPMG in Jamaica recently planted trees at four schools across the Corporate Area, in celebration of Earth Day observed under the theme, ‘Trees for Life'. Picture shows Kim Mair (right) of the Joan Duncan Foundation and students of the Highholborn Street Church of God Basic School. The school was one of the beneficiaries of the tree-planting initiative.
Ecstatic principals of St Joseph’s Infant and St Aloysius Primary schools, Rosemarie Clarke (left) and Althea Palmer (second left), accept more than 75 books donated by KPMG staff members for their schools’ libraries. The presentation was made by alumni of St Aloysius Primary and KPMG team members, Bevin Goode (second right) and Rochelle Minto.
KPMG in Jamaica’s Tricia Johnson (left) of KPMG in Jamaica is assisted by her colleague, Jennifer Campbell, as they plant trees at the Holy Family Primary School, in celebration of Earth Day.

Auditing firm KPMG in Jamaica continues to strengthen its corporate social responsibility activities by giving generously to a number of charitable causes. These include the annual Sigma Run, the Early Stimulation Programme, the annual beach clean-up, Earth Day, Read Across Jamaica, among others.

During the months of August to December, KPMG will be giving its support to the Jamaica Money Money Market Brokers' Conversations for Greatness; their own blood collection drive, the annual Breast Cancer Awareness activities, the University of the West Indies Run and the treat for residents of the Early Stimulation Programme.