PwC is solving important problems and build trust in society

The biggest value for PwC are our employees and their competences. We encourage them to share their knowledge and experience with social leaders, NGOs and start-ups in our skills volunteering programs. In FY17, we had 2199 volunteering and pro bono projects participants in CEE who spent 11564 hours on volunteering. On CEE we contributed about 246 990 Euro on CSR actions.
There are many interesting initiatives across CEE. Our major programs in Poland are:
1. Coaching program for social leaders is realized with Social Leaders Foundation since 2010. The volunteers from PwC management staff are coaches for social leaders for 6 months. The aim of the program is sharing knowledge, building cross-sectoral cooperation and supporting the third sector and social business involvement. As a result, social leaders can identify their goals, strategy and improve their managerial skills. In our program participated 55 coaches and 115 social leaders.

2. Mentoring program for social enterprises. The program is organized with Foundation of Socio-Economic Initiatives since 2012. The groups of PwC mentors work with social enterprises for 6 months. The aim of the program is to improve the effectiveness of social enterprises performance, so they can help more beneficiaries. We run 6 editions of the program, in which there were 80 mentors and 31 social enterprises.

3. Catalyst for company’s development program, which is organized by Youth Business Poland. In 2017, PwC engaged in. PwC mentors support Polish start-ups which solve important social problems through individual mentoring and business tools trainings. In 2017, there were 11 coaches and 5 mentors from PwC.

Moreover, we use our expertise and technology to fulfil our purpose. Last August, the Pomerania region of Poland was swept by violent storms that caused serious damage. Evaluation of storm damage and bringing urgent help to victims is one of the most important challenges in these situations. The PwC’s Drone Powered Solutions team, organized a drone inspection flight in order to collect detailed data on the area affected by storms, using advanced imaging analytics and photogrammetry. The data collected by the unmanned aircrafts was used to create an exact model of the area to help not only precisely assess the damages, but also provide material for evaluating compensation. PwC transferred all the materials collected to the authorities of the communities and towns affected by the disaster.
Name of Achievement PwC is solving important problems and build trust in society
Achiever (company name) PwC Poland
Please write information about the achievement, describing the context of the achievement and it’s results or impact The biggest value for PwC are our employees and their competences. We encourage them to share their knowledge and experience with social leaders, NGOs and start-ups in our skills volunteering programs. In FY17, we had 2199 volunteering and pro bono projects participants in CEE who spent 11564 hours on volunteering. On CEE we contributed about 246 990 Euro on CSR actions.
There are many interesting initiatives across CEE. Our major programs in Poland are:
1. Coaching program for social leaders is realized with Social Leaders Foundation since 2010. The volunteers from PwC management staff are coaches for social leaders for 6 months. The aim of the program is sharing knowledge, building cross-sectoral cooperation and supporting the third sector and social business involvement. As a result, social leaders can identify their goals, strategy and improve their managerial skills. In our program participated 55 coaches and 115 social leaders.

2. Mentoring program for social enterprises. The program is organized with Foundation of Socio-Economic Initiatives since 2012. The groups of PwC mentors work with social enterprises for 6 months. The aim of the program is to improve the effectiveness of social enterprises performance, so they can help more beneficiaries. We run 6 editions of the program, in which there were 80 mentors and 31 social enterprises.

3. Catalyst for company’s development program, which is organized by Youth Business Poland. In 2017, PwC engaged in. PwC mentors support Polish start-ups which solve important social problems through individual mentoring and business tools trainings. In 2017, there were 11 coaches and 5 mentors from PwC.

Moreover, we use our expertise and technology to fulfil our purpose. Last August, the Pomerania region of Poland was swept by violent storms that caused serious damage. Evaluation of storm damage and bringing urgent help to victims is one of the most important challenges in these situations. The PwC’s Drone Powered Solutions team, organized a drone inspection flight in order to collect detailed data on the area affected by storms, using advanced imaging analytics and photogrammetry. The data collected by the unmanned aircrafts was used to create an exact model of the area to help not only precisely assess the damages, but also provide material for evaluating compensation. PwC transferred all the materials collected to the authorities of the communities and towns affected by the disaster.
Company website or project website https://www.pwc.pl/pl/odpowiedzialny-biznes.html
Name of Achievement
PwC is solving important problems and build trust in society
Achiever (company name)
PwC Poland
Please write information about the achievement, describing the context of the achievement and it’s results or impact
The biggest value for PwC are our employees and their competences. We encourage them to share their knowledge and experience with social leaders, NGOs and start-ups in our skills volunteering programs. In FY17, we had 2199 volunteering and pro bono projects participants in CEE who spent 11564 hours on volunteering. On CEE we contributed about 246 990 Euro on CSR actions.
There are many interesting initiatives across CEE. Our major programs in Poland are:
1. Coaching program for social leaders is realized with Social Leaders Foundation since 2010. The volunteers from PwC management staff are coaches for social leaders for 6 months. The aim of the program is sharing knowledge, building cross-sectoral cooperation and supporting the third sector and social business involvement. As a result, social leaders can identify their goals, strategy and improve their managerial skills. In our program participated 55 coaches and 115 social leaders.

2. Mentoring program for social enterprises. The program is organized with Foundation of Socio-Economic Initiatives since 2012. The groups of PwC mentors work with social enterprises for 6 months. The aim of the program is to improve the effectiveness of social enterprises performance, so they can help more beneficiaries. We run 6 editions of the program, in which there were 80 mentors and 31 social enterprises.

3. Catalyst for company’s development program, which is organized by Youth Business Poland. In 2017, PwC engaged in. PwC mentors support Polish start-ups which solve important social problems through individual mentoring and business tools trainings. In 2017, there were 11 coaches and 5 mentors from PwC.

Moreover, we use our expertise and technology to fulfil our purpose. Last August, the Pomerania region of Poland was swept by violent storms that caused serious damage. Evaluation of storm damage and bringing urgent help to victims is one of the most important challenges in these situations. The PwC’s Drone Powered Solutions team, organized a drone inspection flight in order to collect detailed data on the area affected by storms, using advanced imaging analytics and photogrammetry. The data collected by the unmanned aircrafts was used to create an exact model of the area to help not only precisely assess the damages, but also provide material for evaluating compensation. PwC transferred all the materials collected to the authorities of the communities and towns affected by the disaster.
Company website or project website
https://www.pwc.pl/pl/odpowiedzialny-biznes.html

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