Corporate citizenship 

Commitment to our communities is at the heart of KPMG’s values.
KPMG in East Africa has a comprehensive CSI policy that serves as a guiding tool for Social Responsibility themes to support which complement our brand:

  • Duration of the projects to be supported i.e. long term (adopt-a-project) or short term (corporate philanthropy).
  • Nature of our contribution e.g. staff time, pro bono professional services, cash or in-kind support etc.
  • Scope of our support (firm-wide local or firm-wide regional).
  • Reward system for CSI champions (those who give a significant percentage of their time to CSI).


We currently support the following initiatives and projects:


  • Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE): Robert Onyango, Senior Manager, sits on the advisory board of SIFE Kenya while every year KPMG provides judges to review various SIFE projects. We give cash donations every year towards tickets for the winning campus to International competitions.
  • RaMoMa Art Gallery: We provide pro-bono audit.
  • Memorial Park: Charlie Appleton, Partner, is a trustee and we provide managerial support (e.g. recruitment, help with funding proposals etc).
  • Alive and Kicking Kenya: – provide managerial support and pro-bono internal and risk advisory services.
  • Mully Children’s Home: - KPMG Kenya in collaboration with KPMG Canada and in consultation with MCF, assisted MCF in four areas:
    • Raised funds through staff contributions. 
    • Donated clothes, shoes, toys and sports equipment.
    • Procured and delivered medicine and medical supplies to run a medical camp.
    • Donated laptops and run a computer training program.
  • KickStart Kids International an orphanage sponsored by KPMG in Kenya and founded by James Woodward, an employee of KPMG in Australia.