After a great session on skills-based and pro bono volunteerism (SBV), we hope that you’re full of thoughts and questions about expanding skills-based volunteerism work at your organization.  So here are some resources that may be helpful on your implementation journey:

  • The Initiative for Nonprofit Excellence at the Rhode Island Foundation is an excellent resource for organizations wanting to increase nonprofit board service by their leaders, as well as development of skills based volunteering initiatives for employee skill and leadership development.  If you have questions or are interested in learning more, contact Jill Pfitzenmayer at
  • The Nonprofit Readiness Toolkit, produced by the Kansas State Department of Education and the Corporation for National and Community Service, provides a step by step case study on what is necessary on the nonprofit partner side of things for mutually successful SBV experiences.

These resources are available on the Common Impact website: