KPMG takes great pride in the compassion and generosity of their employees who contribute their time, skills, and financial resources to the community. Their dedication to helping others is especially critical during these times of economic challenge.
KPMG’s call for nominations for the 2009 Chairman’s Award for Excellence in Volunteerism resulted in more than 450 nominations of people who regularly give of themselves to help others.
The work that these individuals do is a shining example to all of us. They are role models who go above and beyond our normal high standards and exemplify excellence, selflessness, volunteerism, and community service.
In the nine years since the program began, the Chairman’s Award program has honored more than 1,200 individuals who have exemplified the core value of commitment to the communities on both the local and national levels.
This year CURE Childhood Cancer is proud to announce that a member of our community, Tammy Hunter, won the Chairman’s Award for the Atlanta office for her efforts in starting The Hayley Hunter Reseach Fund. Tammy is the mother of Hayley Hunter, as well as a member of our board. In honor of Tammy’s award, KPMG will donate $100.00 to CURE Childhood Cancer.
CURE gives a warm congratulation to Tammy and her family.