Skills-Based Volunteering

Corporate Skills-Based Volunteering

Save the Children welcomes the specialized skills, experience and talents of corporate volunteers to help grow our technical and operational capacity. In turn, our corporate partners benefit from bolstered reputation and visibility, and gain a valuable tool for employee retention and leadership development.

Prior employee participants in Skills-Based Volunteering and Pro-Bono Consulting projects have provided support in areas such as:

  • Marketing and Communications
  • Market Research and Analysis
  • Technology Optimization
  • Financial Compliance and Controls
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Data Management
  • Business Planning & Development
  • HR Training and Development

To learn more about Pro-Bono Consulting and Skills-Based Volunteering opportunities at Save the Children, please contact Joshua Springer, Director of Skills-Based Volunteers, at

Featured Partner

Penguin Random House
Through an innovative partnership with global publisher Penguin Random House, Save the Children leveraged Skills-Based Volunteers in Rwanda. Our School-Community Partnership for Education (SCOPE) project in Rwanda aims to improve children's literacy outcomes.

Two senior executives from Penguin Random House spent a week working with local Rwandan publishers. They showed how to balance the various elements of a book – from the story to the illustrations to the design – to produce high quality children's books.

Read a Q&A with the Penguin Random House volunteers here.


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