Author Aaron Hurst says there are people in the world who love what they do and do it exceedingly well, people who want to use their skills to give back to the community. This is pro bono. By definition, pro bono is Latin, meaning "for the public good.” Hurst defines it as free, donated professional services to a nonprofit to further its mission.
Hurst's goal in publishing Powered by Pro Bono is to revitalize a time-honored tradition as well as give the pro bono partnership a field-tested structure so you can expect reliable outcomes...
Find out how great nonprofits save 20% of their budget using Hurst's winning framework for pro bono at the Page to Practice blog.
by Denise McMahan, CausePlanet
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