Firm in bid to raise £1m for charity

ACCOUNTANCY giant KPMG has teamed up with two charities in a bid to raise more than £1million.

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For the next two years, KPMG aims to raise the cash for Action for Literacy and homelessness charity Shelter Scotland.

KPMG will also support the charities through a wide range of skills-based volunteering and fundraising activities.

Craig Anderson, senior partner for KPMG in Scotland, said: "We really look forward to working with Action for Literacy and Shelter Scotland.

"They are two great causes which have great resonance with KPMG."

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