Linda B. Gornitsky, Ph.D.
Linda B. Gornitsky, Ph.D.

Join us on Wednesday, March 2, 2016, from 1:00 – 1:55 pm ET!

Pro bono volunteerism is “hot” with companies of all sizes trying to offer skills-based and pro bono volunteer opportunities to their employees. Although the popularity of this type of volunteerism has risen, the number of available opportunities have not risen. What is causing this imbalance between demand (companies) and supply (nonprofits) and how can companies address this growing discrepancy?

Join this free hour-long webinar to hear Dr. Linda Gornitsky of LBG Associates share the results of her latest research study, which examines the challenges of pro bono volunteerism and suggests solutions to help fix this imbalance. We will end with a 10-minute Q&A session.

Can’t wait for the webinar? Read the executive summary of LBG Associate’s publication, “Balancing Pro Bono Supply and Demand: Challenges and Solutions From the Nonprofit Point of View



Dr. Linda Gornitsky is president and founder of LBG Associates, a consulting firm that specializes in the development of strategic corporate citizenship and corporate social responsibility (CSR) programs. As part of the strategy development, she conducts benchmarking, community attitude and evaluation studies, image-building/communications campaigns and efficient management practices. Clients have included: Aramark, BMW, Capital One, Con Edison, CSX, Deloitte, Ernst & Young, FedEx, Moody’s, Neutrogena, Nielsen Research Media, Pitney Bowes, State Street Corp, Timberland, Toyota and Verizon. More about Linda.

(Moderator) Nicole McKinney is senior director, campaign engagement at Global Impact, one of the four organizing partners at the heart of Charities@Work. Nicole oversees a team that works with nearly 100 private sector and over 300 public sector entities to generate funding for an alliance of more than 100 international relief and development charities. Since 1956, Global Impact has generated more than $1.6 billion to help the world’s most vulnerable people.

We hope to “see” you on March 2 – and to see you in person on March 28-30 at our upcoming Best Practices Summit on Employee Engagement. Learn more and register here.