Commitment to Action

Skills to Succeed

Commitment by

Accenture LLP

In 2010, Accenture committed $100,000,000, along with its Skills to Succeed initiative, to help equip 250,000 people around the world with the skills to get a job or build a business by 2015. Building on this pledge, in 2011 Accenture committed to partner with organizations including NetHope, International Federation of Red Cross (IFRC), Save the Children, Plan International, and Youth Business International (including its member organizations, such as Canadian Youth Business Foundation and Conexao) to expand the reach of their skill building programs, which enable people to participate in and contribute to the economy. Accenture will provide financial support and pro bono contributions of time and Accenture employee skills to these strategic partner organizations.





Skills to Succeed



Est. Duration

4 Years

Estimated Total Value



Northern America

Commitment by

Accenture LLP

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Plan International, The Prince Of Wales Youth Business International, Junior Achievement, International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Society, Save the Children