our goal $2 BILLION

A Billion + Change

1875 K Street, NW Washington, DC


The Case Foundation
Jean and Steve Case established the Case Foundation in 1997 to reflect their family’s commitment to finding lasting solutions for complex social challenges. Our purpose is to expand giving, promote everyday philanthropy, deepen civic engagement, and broaden the use of new technologies to make giving more informed, efficient, and effective. We seek to do this while emphasizing the value of collaboration across all sectors, individual and organizational leadership, and entrepreneurship. We are happy to support A Billion + Change to help grow the movement of companies that are enabling their employees to provide skills-based pro bono services to nonprofits worldwide.

Jean Case represents the Case Foundation on the A Billion + Change Leadership Committee. To read about Jean, please click here.

Capital One
Capital One has always believed that, as business leaders, we have a unique opportunity and inherent responsibility to create value in the communities where we live and work.  Through innovative partnerships and programs that focus on community and economic development, education, and financial literacy, our goal is to provide relevant programs and services to those most in need.

Like other companies, we provide monetary support to nonprofits and community organizations, but this is only part of our formula. We follow a holistic approach to philanthropy that includes financial support, volunteerism, and leadership. Central to our philanthropic approach is Capital One’s award-winning Pro Bono Program.  By offering specialized pro bono services in core business areas such as Brand Marketing, Finance, Human Resources, IT, Legal and Real Estate, we are able to identify the areas where nonprofits often face the biggest hurdles and help them to achieve desired results.

Through our pro bono program, Capital One’s vision is to teach sustainable, replicable business practices that allow our community partners to drive meaningful change in their organizations. Since 2008, more than 750 Capital One associates have donated nearly 25,000 hours to 315 nonprofit partners, resulting in $7M worth of services.

Corporation for National and Community Service
The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) is the federal agency that engages more than five million Americans in service through Sr. Corps, AmeriCorps, and Learn and Serve America, and leads the President’s Call to Service Initiative, United We Serve. CNCS supports A Billion + Change as an important and strategic way for companies to participate in the Call to Service by engaging their employees in pro bono and skills based service that increases the capacity and impact of nonprofit organizations to meet vital community needs.

Deloitte is the largest professional services organization in the U.S., specializing in audit, tax, consulting, and financial advisory services. The organization has 45,000 professionals with a single focus: serving our clients and helping them solve their toughest problems, but our real strength comes from combining our talents to address clients’ needs. Fortune and BusinessWeek consistently rank our organization among the best places to work, which is good news for our talent and our clients alike. When the best people tackle the most compelling challenges, everyone wins. Pro bono work is a key component of our multi-faceted community involvement strategy; our people are encouraged to participate in pro bono engagements and supported when they do. Deloitte is proud to sponsor A Billion + Change and its efforts to expand the pro bono movement across the country.

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Evan Hochberg represents Deloitte on the A Billion + Change Leadership Committee. To read about Evan, please click here.

Points of Light
Points of Light inspires, equips and mobilizes people to take action that changes the world. We connect people to their power to make a meaningful difference. We are organized to innovate, incubate and activate new ideas that help 21st century volunteers use all of their assets—their time, talent, voice and money—to meet the critical needs of our time. Points of Light Institute operates multiple divisions including: HandsOn Network, the largest volunteer network in the world with 250 local affiliates; generationOn, the global youth service division that ignites the power of kids to make their mark on the world; and AmeriCorps Alums, a network of more than 120,000 experienced volunteer leaders. For more information, visit Points of Light houses and manages A Billion + Change in support of our efforts to increase and expand skills based volunteering in the private sector.

Michelle Nunn represents Points of Light on the A Billion + Change Leadership Committee. To read about Michelle, please click here.

As the world's largest technology company, HP is in a unique position to use our global reach and scale to serve billions, improving the way people live, how businesses operate, and strengthening communities worldwide. We apply our technologies and expertise in a focused approach to social innovation, addressing areas that we believe can have the greatest impact - education, entrepreneurship, healthcare and community involvement. By mobilizing our global workforce of more than 300,000 people alongside our broad technology portfolio of products and services, we work closely with leading organizations, such as A Billion + Change, to evaluate problems and provide innovative solutions to the world's biggest problems. We are proud to partner with and sponsor A Billion + Change's pro bono expansion in the United States.

Rebecca Wang represents HP on the A Billion + Change Leadership Committee. To read about HP's Global Social Innovation, please click here.

IBM Corporation
Over the 100 years of IBM’s existence, we have developed and refined a thoughtful and comprehensive approach to corporate citizenship that we believe aligns with IBM’s values and maximizes the positive impact of which we, as a global enterprise, are capable. We do this in four ways: We identify and act upon new opportunities to apply our technology and expertise to societal problems. We scale our existing programs and initiatives to achieve maximum benefit. We empower our employees and others to serve their communities.

We integrate corporate citizenship and social responsibility into every aspect of our company. We focus our community engagement and corporate service programs on specific societal issues, including the environment, community economic development, education, health, literacy, language and culture. These are areas of urgent societal needs where we can apply IBM’s technology and talent to solve problems, rather than simply making cash donations. We believe that direct action and collaboration, not spare change, are the path to real change. We are proud to support a Billion + Change!

Diane Melley represents IBM on the A Billion + Change Leadership Committee. To read about Diane, please click here.