MP of the Year Awards

MP of the Year Award

Who is your MP of the Year?

kindly sponsored by KPMG and in association with Mosaic AssociatesThree Faiths Forum and UpRising.

The Patchwork Foundation believes in promoting and highlighting best practice in the area of under-represented, deprived and minority community engagement. Each year MPs across the country work closely with such communities, with many MPs delivering excellent representation and coverage to otherwise underrepresented segments of society.

The Patchwork Foundation rewards those winning MPs – nominated by individuals or grassroots community organisations and selected by an independent panel of judges – by acknowledging them as the MPs of the Year.

Click here to see who won the MP of the Year Awards 2017

Click here to see who won the MP of the Year Awards 2016

Click here to see who won the MP of the Year Awards 2015

Click here to see who won the MP of the Year Awards 2014

Click here to see who won the MP of the Year Awards 2013

KPMG

A proud corporate sponsor of the Patchwork Foundation, KPMG has sponsored the MP of the Year Awards since 2014.  KPMG Partners and staff speak at Patchwork events, regularly attend masterclasses, and often host them at their offices. Their incoming Head of Financial Services, Jonathan Holt is a Patchwork Ambassador and Tax Partner Siddiq Musa has been working with the Foundation for over five years.   It fully supports the Foundation’s drive to engage and expose under-represented, deprived and minority communities to politics.

KPMG is a leading professional services firm, with over 13,000 employees and 22 offices in the UK. It provides audit, tax and advisory specialisms to its clients. Through their involvement, KPMG Partners and staff provide an insight to those involved in the programme into life at a major professional services firm and also support Patchwork in terms of their future direction and priorities.

As a firm, KPMG is committed to tackling social mobility and leads by example, calling on the wider business community to take action on this critical issue. They work with over 30 primary schools and over 100 secondary schools and colleges nationally.   KPMG was recently recognised as one of the country’s leading employers in the inaugural Social Mobility Employer Index, is one of the Government’s 11 founding Social Mobility Business Compact Champions, and is the winner of the Queen’s Awards for Enterprise for promoting opportunity through social mobility.

 

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