KPMG’s Nationwide “Read to Succeed” Initiative comes to Taft Elementary School in Santa Ana on March 29, 2017
KPMG volunteers will read to students; 1,000 new books to be distributed to children
As part of KPMG’s nationwide “Read to Succeed” initiative, its 100+ offices throughout the United States are conducting events in the coming weeks at schools and organizations in low-income communities at which KPMG people, spouses, family members, and alumni, will volunteer their time to get more than 150,000 new books into the hands of children who need them most.
In Santa Ana, KPMG volunteers will be reading to Taft’s K-6 general education, special education, deaf, and hard of hearing students and providing each of them with books.
WHEN: March 29, 2017 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
WHO: KPMG Volunteers, Taft Elementary School teachers, staff, and students
WHERE: Taft Elementary School, located at 500 West Keller Avenue, Santa Ana, CA 92707
WHY: KPMG’s Family for Literacy (KFFL) program gets new books into the hands of children who need them most. Working in cooperation with First Book, we set a foundation for lifelong learning by breaking down the major barrier to literacy in low-income communities – access to books.