How Pro Bono Can Help Fuel Your Mission
Thursday, June 28, 2018 2:00 pm
Early Bird: $49 Regular Fee: $75
Register by 6/21/2018 to receive the early-bird rate of $49
On 6/22/2018 the rate will increase to $75
Solving complex challenges can be difficult without the right expertise. For nonprofits, that problem is exacerbated by lack of resources or the difficulty in finding partners with the right expertise for the job. Learn how to build relationships with corporations to obtain mutual beneficial goals and fuel your mission through pro bono projects. We’ll discuss the reasons why corporations partner and invest in pro bono projects as well as the tools nonprofits needed to create successful pro bono projects.
Can’t make the webinar? Register and we will send you the full recording so you can watch it on your own time!
Outcomes: Upon completion of this webinar you should be able to:
- Begin building relationships with key corporate stakeholders
- Know how and why companies invest in social projects
- Create Scope Plans to allow specific, beneficial, and measurable pro bono projects
- Identify corporations prioritizing social issues in alignment with your mission and capabilities
- Align your organization to extend hospitality to corporate pro bono volunteers
- Executive Directors
- Development Officers
- Program Directors and Managers
Presenter: Amanda MacArthur, CPO, PYXERA Global
As Chief Program Officer at PYXERA Global, Amanda MacArthur leads the organization’s global programs. Amanda leads a team which designs, implements and measures the impact of an array of programs that link the power of human capital to initiatives addressing complex development challenges while building leadership competencies, enhancing global perspectives, and encouraging innovative and “out of the box” thinking for corporate employees. Since joining PYXERA Global in 2002, Amanda has worked in over twenty countries, designing and implementing programs that create mutually beneficial outcomes. In addition to serving on the Advisory Board of the Corporate Responsibility Association, she is on the Leadership Faculty for Points of Light’s Corporate Institute. She has lived in Paraguay, Russia and Scotland and is a magna cum laude graduate of Colgate University in Hamilton, New York. Amanda has also contributed to the design of the Center of Excellence for International Corporate Volunteerism (CEICV) – a first of its kind public-private partnership between USAID, IBM and PYXERA Global. CEICV is an innovative forum that promotes best practices in international volunteerism, while preparing companies with the tools to create employee volunteer programs that focus in emerging markets.