Pro bono is a movement that connects communities around the world. The 2019 Global Pro Bono Summit will bring together builders and shakers of the movement, progressive voices of social change, and leaders from the corporate sector to surface bright spots and design the future of the field together.
Build the movement with us.
Tuesday, May 7 | BNY Mellon Welcome Reception
Raise your glass to the impact of pro bono on communities around the globe.
Wednesday, May 8 | Cross-Sector Day
Global challenges need community-level solutions, and pro bono must be part of the conversation. Together with panelists and presenters from Dentons, Cities of Service, VMware, Jobs for the Future, and more, we’ll ignite the future of the pro bono movement.
Thursday, May 9 | Corporate Day
Take your corporate pro bono strategy to the next level, whether you’re a seasoned practitioner or just launching your first initiative. Explore emerging trends, insights from the field, and cutting-edge innovations that are redefining what corporate pro bono can accomplish.
Thursday, May 9 | Intermediary Day
Come together with global and US peers for a day of field-building. Together we’ll solidify our understanding of the intermediary role in growing DEI initiatives and uncover how we can be the solid foundation our movement needs. Following the morning sessions, participants have the opportunity to visit New York nonprofits to see firsthand the impact of pro bono.
Attendance at the Global Pro Bono Summit is by invitation only. Interested in attending? Please email Vanessa Waserman.
About the hosts The Global Pro Bono Network‘s mission is to promote knowledge sharing, mutual support, and collaboration among pro bono providers around the world. The Network acts as a catalyst for social impact by building the capacity of the social sector through supporting its intermediary member organizations. The 2019 Global Pro Bono Summit local host Taproot Foundation connects nonprofits and social change organizations with skilled volunteers who provide their expertise pro bono. Since 2001, Taproot’s skilled volunteers have served over 6,450 organizations providing 1.6 million hours of work worth over $180 million in value. Taproot is a founder of the Global Pro Bono Network.