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Capacity Commons

The skills-based volunteering resource hub Capacity Commons is designed to be a one-stop shop for skills-based volunteerism. The new, free online platform provides organizations with Keep reading

Pro Bono Calculator

By Lauren Chasanoff and Molly Weinstrin

It can be challenging for organizations to quantify the discrete impact of a pro bono intervention. That said, being able to cite the monetary value Keep reading

Charles Schwab Pro Bono Challenge

Schwab's skills-based volunteering program invites local nonprofits to work with experienced Schwab employees on specific business challenges, enabling these high-impact organizations to do Keep reading

Modeling the Way

By Harriet Harral, Executive Director, Leadership Fort Worth

Originally published in ForthWorth Magazine, FWinc. In our last discussion of leadership, we were introduced to a leadership model that is applicable in a wide Keep reading

The Volunteer Management Report

By Copyright © 2016 Wiley Periodicals, Inc., A Wiley Company Volume 21, Number: 6: June 2016

Filled with concisely written articles, this monthly newsletter offers practical tips and techniques that will strengthen all your volunteer efforts. You’ll be linked Keep reading

Project Readiness Wizard

Skills-based volunteering projects yield transformational results – if they’re properly planned and prioritized. Take Capacity Commons' Project Readiness Assessment to receive an Keep reading

The Big Idea

The story, business case, and metrics in an easy-to-use presentation to help you socialize and educate your team on SBV programs Keep reading

Redefining the Solution: Doing More with Less

By Common Impact and Capital One, Common Impact Research Report 2 of 3

As community organizations face greater needs but find fewer resources available to meet those needs, nonprofit leaders and supporters must take a careful look at Keep reading

Pro Bono Resource Inventory

A Billion + Change

A Billion + Change has mobilized hundreds of companies—from the largest in the Fortune 100 to the smallest sole proprietorship—to give back to Keep reading