Pro Bono Providers

A pro bono provider can be either an individual volunteer or a company employee.

Beneficiary Organizations

Civil society organizations:

  • Working with specific vulnerable groups (e.g. people with disabilities; homeless; children with lack of care; IDPs, former drug addicts, etc.);
  • Working on issues of public importance (e.g. environment protection, human rights protection, accessible healthcare and education, etc.);
  • Village community organizations and non-registered civil groups. Read more

Social enterprises

Social enterprises are revenue-generating businesses that trade to intentionally tackle social problems, improve communities, provide people access to employment and training, or help the environment. They make their money from selling goods and services in the open market, but they reinvest their profits back into the business or the local community.

Using the power of the marketplace to solve the most pressing societal problems, social enterprises are commercially viable businesses existing to benefit the public and the community, rather than shareholders and owners.

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Public institutions

Public institutions tackling societal problems and having limited resources, such as:

  • Schools
  • Libraries
  • Research institutes