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Tag: Pro Bono



Human Rights

Migrants at the Border and Philanthropy at Home

What the US government and funders are doing about unaccompanied child migration, and where we need to look next.

By Mara Perez | 7 | Nov. 21, 2014


Reconciling the Supply & Demand of Good Intentions

Why we must strike a balance between high-volume and high-touch service programs.

By John Cary | 16 | Sep. 15, 2014

Urban Development

A Working Model for Slum Rehabilitation

How innovative regulation is enabling private capital to deliver social impact and realize attractive returns in Mumbai.



Pro Bono Innovation

A look at the rise of pro bono and three trends in creative collaborations that are leading to larger-scale success.

By Jenny Lawson & Kate Ahern | 3 | Oct. 24, 2013

Socially Responsible Business

Keeping Pro Bono Projects on Track

A Q&A with Taproot Foundation’s Eileen Yang on how professionals and corporations can maximize pro bono impact.

By April Gubatina | 1 | Oct. 4, 2013

Socially Responsible Business

Is Business the New Charity?

Investing in small business and new ventures is a good thing and vital to our communities, but we must not confuse it with charity or strategic long-term social investment.

By Aaron Hurst | 9 | Jun. 26, 2012


Good Counsel: Meeting the Legal Needs of Nonprofits

By Lesley Rosenthal | Jun. 12, 2012

Nonprofit Management

The Power of Many

By Layli Miller-Muro | Nov. 17, 2010

Nonprofit Management

MBAs Gone Wild

By James W. Shepard, Jr. | 7 | Mar. 10, 2008

Social Entrepreneurship

Take Advantage of Us!

By Marc Freedman | Sep. 1, 2004