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On May 28, A Billion + Change companies and partners convened at an event titled, “Pro Bono Service: Harnessing Time and Talent for Social Good,” hosted by the White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships and the Department of Commerce’s Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships.

We heard from some of the most inspirational leaders of the pro bono movement and how businesses have answered the call to serve their communities by lending their most precious asset—their time and talent—to support the social sector. Tracy Hoover, CEO of Points of Light, described pro bono as an important social innovation, and challenged us to build a "new normal" in pro bono service, where companies "address the reality of scarce resources, limited time and increased needs that so many nonprofits feel."

In the spirit of service to the nonprofit sector, we have collected the resources shared at today’s event, which are below.  

Resources shared at the event:

Community Development Resource Toolkit, U.S. Department of Commerce, Center for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships

HP Advising, Hewlett Packard Company

IBM’s Pro Bono Resources

M Powered Strategies’ Pro Bono Resources

  • Learn more about M Powered Strategies' pro bono program
  • For more information, contact Ms. Kat McDonald at [email protected]

Points of Light's Pro Bono Resources

Raffa’s Pro Bono Resources

Super Service Challenge

Taproot Foundation’s Pro Bono Resources

Value Exchange Tool, Monitor Institute, part of Deloitte  

White House Office of Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships

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