What can pro bono do for you?

Pro bono mobilizes professionals to donate their skills and expertise in support of social organizations with critical needs and a limited budget. Foundations play an integral role in the pro bono field in their ability to support social organizations two-fold – through direct monetary donations and capacity building support in the form of pro bono.

Social Organizations Lack Access to Resources. The right talent and skills are necessary in order for social organizations to succeed. Pro bono offers your grantees the critical resources needed to achieve their mission and improve society.

Multiply Your Investment. Pro bono builds the capacity of social organizations to ensure your donated funds are used in the most efficient means possible thereby increasing the impact of your grantees.

Go Beyond Direct Program Support. Social organizations report challenges to secure adequate funds to develop and properly sustain their operations and infrastructure. Pro bono is a highly effective tool to strengthen your grantees’ business structure.

Higher Valuation in Pro Bono than Traditional Volunteering. In the USA, “Taproot Foundation Announces that Services Donated by Business Professionals are Valued at $150 Per Hour – A 25% Increase Over 2009 Rates”, CECP 2015. Compared to traditional volunteering which is valued at $23.07 per hour, Independent Sector, March 2015.

 

Why collaborate with us?

The goal of Global Pro Bono Network is to strengthen Network member organizations through knowledge sharing, mutual support, and collaboration and drive the pro bono movement locally, nationally, and internationally. By supporting this Network of pro bono leaders, members from around the world will benefit from shared learnings to offer higher quality, more impactful pro bono services to social organizations working to improve society.

Entering its fifth year of existence, the Network continues to grow and the organizational structures being developed are laying the foundation for a strong, robust Network of passionate pro bono intermediary organizations to continue leading this global movement.

For foundations who are interested supporting this growing network of pro bono leaders, please contact us.