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Pro Bono Challenge Spotlights: YWCA Chicago

Pro Bono Challenge Spotlights: YWCA Chicago

By Marjie Bland | Oct 25, 2017

YWCA Metropolitan Chicago impacts more than 200,000 individuals annually through programs focused on safety and wellness, education and training, and economic sustainability. They provide career, financial management, digital literacy and…

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Pro Bono Challenge Spotlights: OCJ Kids

Pro Bono Challenge Spotlights: OCJ Kids

By Marjie Bland | Oct 23, 2017

In 2016, 59 nonprofit organizations participated in the Charles Schwab Pro Bono Challenge—a skills-based flash consulting event where Schwab employees utilize their talents and expertise to support local nonprofit organizations…

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The Promise of Skills-Based Volunteering

By Lauren Chasanoff | Aug 16, 2017

Article by Danielle Holly and Christine Letts Illustration by Luke Best Common Impact is excited to be featured in Stanford Social Innovation Review's Fall 2017 Issue! Since 2000, Common Impact has…

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A Nonprofit Guide to Quantifying the Value of Pro Bono

By Danielle Holly and Molly Weinstein | Nov 16, 2016

Corporate skills-based volunteerism is on the rise. Today, 54% of companies are offering skills-based volunteering opportunities for their employees.[1] This is good news all around. Good news for companies who…

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Program Spotlight: City Mission

By Common Impact Guest Blogger | Sep 20, 2016

This week, we’re highlighting a project with a talented team from State Street and its nonprofit partner, City Mission, a social justice organization that unites communities and transforms individuals through service,…

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Bridging the Nonprofit Leadership Gap

By Danielle Holly | Sep 14, 2016

Most of us in and around the social sector have been exposed to the capacity gap that nonprofits confront.  On average, nonprofits spend less – often far less – than…

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