The 2017 Strategic Pro Bono/Skills-Based Volunteering Initiative is designed to accelerate the use of pro bono volunteers and match your nonprofit with volunteers who can meet your needs!
Professionals with a variety of skills and expertise want to help YOU.
This Is How It Works:
- Complete the Pro Bono Project Proposal Template by March 1st.
- NYC Service will notify you if and when your proposal has been sent to a Strategic Pro Bono Partner for their consideration.
- After 30 days, NYC Service will follow-up with you to determine if your pro bono project was matched with a volunteer; if a match is not made, NYC Service will share your proposal with another Strategic Pro Bono Partner.
What We Look For in Your Proposal
A match is not guaranteed so be sure that your proposal is complete, thoughtful, and meets the following criteria:
- Completed by a representative from a 501c3
- Demonstrates a compelling pro bono/skills-based volunteering need
- Demonstrates a capacity to manage pro bono/skills-based volunteers
- Describes a project that can be completed in no fewer than 2 weeks
Our Strategic Pro Bono Partners: American Express, Capital One, Citi, Con Edison, Deutsche Bank, Harvard Business School Community Partners, IBM, and Taproot+.
Not sure if you are ready to manage a pro bono volunteer?
You are not alone. Which is why NYC Service teamed up with Taproot Foundation and Common Impact to curate best-in-class training modules on readiness for pro bono engagements, in one place: check out our new Pro Bono Resource Portal.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org