Grant Thornton LLP’s commitment to building a better tomorrow today for our people, our clients and our communities is more than aspiration. It is action and purpose rooted in the values we have lived by as a firm for more than 90 years.
These values of collaboration, leadership, excellence, agility, respect and responsibility infuse our work and culture, enabling us to see endless possibilities when we work together, and, with our clients, to help make the world a more healthy, prosperous, inclusive and peaceful place for all.
This is reflected in our founding partnership with Impact 2030, the first business-led initiative designed to advance the Global Goals, the 17 sustainable development goals established by the United Nations and 193 world leaders. Through this work, we are collaborating with other leading businesses to help end extreme poverty, promote education and health, reduce hunger, fight inequality and injustice, and address climate change, among other priorities.
Our people are doing their part to achieve this transformation through GTUnited, our new national volunteer program, which empowers everyone at our firm to have a global impact by taking action in their own communities, using the Global Goals as a framework for engagement. This year, we are challenging our employees to dedicate 24 hours of service to a cause that is meaningful to them.
We are also actively involved in helping our people share their skills and leadership through nonprofit board service. Currently, we serve on nearly 900 nonprofit boards and committees, and our commitment to this vital governance role and other forms of community leadership is only growing.
These are just some of the ways the people of Grant Thornton are striving to live our purpose and lead our profession. We are also committed to environmentally sustainable business practices and serving a wide array of not-for-profit clients, each of which is dedicated to improving the world.
“In neighborhoods and communities across our nation, we are using our leadership and skills to affect some of the most pressing social and environmental issues, and we are giving our people the means to make an impact on these issues as individuals, teams, offices, and as a firm,” said David Porges, head of Corporate Social Responsibility. “We seek to lead in the pursuit of this better world and collaborate with other businesses who are as deeply committed to creating it as we are.”
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