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Corporate fundraisers from PwC are raising money to help young people into work

PwC Foundation

Video: PwC staff have challenged themselves to raise £3 million for charity through events like the London Triathlon.

Race for £3 million

David Adair,
Head of Community Affairs, PwC

“Our partnership with Groundwork will allow PwC to increase our social and environmental impact, while supporting young people to gain the skills and experience needed to find employment.”

Staff from PwC are on a mission to raise £3 million for the six charities, including Groundwork, supported by the PwC Foundation. The money raised will help people into work, improve health and support education projects. 

Supporting young people through Green Teams

Funds for Groundwork will support unemployed young people into work through our Green Teams

This programme offers young people practical training, experience, support and qualifications to get them set up for a job in the landscape and construction industry. It's a tried and tested approach that has helped hundreds of young people get into employment.

Antony's story - Green Team case study


PWC employees are also putting their expertise to good use providing CV and employability skills workshops to young people. Other staff have been getting out of the office  on team building days that have helped to transform neighbourhoods.