Orange County

Tax service firm KPMG invests $1M into Orlando nonprofit

ORLANDO, Fla. — Audit, tax and advisory service firm, KPMG celebrated its 125th anniversary this week by investing in the greater Orlando area.

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The organization announced a $1 million donation benefiting Lift Orlando.


Lift Orlando is a nonprofit that works with residents, business leaders, and community partners on neighborhood revitalization projects in the 32805 zip code, which includes Holden Heights.

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“Through this gift we are thrilled to play a role increasing access to healthcare and supporting wholistic wellness services in a community that has too often become a healthcare desert,” said KPMG U.S. foundation board chair Anita Whitehead. “We are also delighted that our funds will help improve the outcomes of early learning and K-3 education programs.”

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Orlando plays a key role in KPMG’s future because it is home to two offices and the KPMG Lakehouse, the firm’s learning and development center.

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In addition to the donation gift, KPMG employees also took part in several volunteer events across the Orlando area, including packing food, donating blood and building bookbags.

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