Recap European Pro Bono Summit in Kiev (Ukraine)

The 4th European Pro Bono Summit was hosted by our members Pro Bono Club Ukraine in Kyiv. Previous European Regional Summits happened in France, Hungary and Spain gathering more that 350 people in total.

Pro Bono is emerging in Ukraine and, thanks to the summit, was the first manifestation of the Pro Bono movement in that country. In the words of Olena Shershun, manager of the summit, “the idea behind the summit was more than just bringing together companies and practitioners of competence-based volunteering. It should show everything that goes beyond a simple act of volunteering or support: benefits for society, for the company in terms of ROI and for each individual”.

With 100 participants, 71% of whom came from companies and 18 panellists from different European countries, the Summit had the honour of working with Jörg Bauer as a panellist, who gave a great speech about how pro bono really makes a difference in corporate culture.

We invite you to read the full report of the Summit at this link and to view the pictures of the event here.

If you are interested in attending the next European Pro Bono Summit, please subscribe to our newsletter to receive it or contact us here.

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This year, the Pro Bono Club Ukraine was the proud host of the regional event of the global pro bono network – the European Pro Bono Summit. In this report we have brought together the most important achievements to show how

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