KPMG’s Hispanic Latino Network (HLN) Advisory Board launched its first national community service campaign, HLN Gives Back, in April 2017. The campaign was an opportunity for local chapters to volunteer in broad and impactful work that empowers members to demonstrate KPMG’s core value of improving communities. Throughout the spring and summer of 2017, HLN members contributed more than 2,800 hours to its communities across the nation, many of which directly impacted Hispanic youth. Chapters such as HLN Atlanta partnered with KPMG’s Family for Literacy (KFFL) program to host a book drive benefitting more than 750 students at an Atlanta-area elementary school. The Boston HLN chapter volunteered with the United Way and KFFL to host a group of 8th grade students from the youth development program Sociedad Latina. The students spent time with HLN volunteers devising solutions to pollution issues, participated in career development discussions, and received books through a grant from KFFL. Founded in 2005, KPMG’s HLN Advisory Board supports an environment that encourages mentoring, professional development, community involvement, and high performance. HLN continues to be a prominent resource and engagement vehicle for more than 2,200 members at all career stages.