Washington, DC

compass pro bono

@ Washington, DC

What started as a handful of pro bono consulting projects in 2001, has grown to serving more than 100 nonprofits each year across the Greater Washington region. We are proud of Compass Pro Bono’s rich history in the DMV, and the meaningful connections we have fostered between business professionals and nonprofits doing such important work. Join us to empower a thriving, equitable and resilient Greater Washington community.

Volunteer Leadership Gathering
Volunteer Celebration
Sorkin Summit 2023
Volunteers visiting their client site, Washington Parks and People


current Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities

Board Matching: On Board

Join the board of a nonprofit and receive our best-in-class board member trainings | Application closes August 16

Pro Bono Consulting

Help a nonprofit tackle a strategic challenge | Applications opening in September

Nonprofit Opportunities

Pro Bono Consulting: On Track

Receive high-impact support from volunteers equipped to tackle acute business challenges | Application closes Aug. 9

Board Matching – On Board

Get matched to a vetted, qualified, and trained board candidate | Application opens July 15

real stories, real impact

  • “Compass provides deserving organizations access to caring and knowledgeable professionals who give their time, passion and skills to help improve the community around us. The professionalism that Compass exudes helped me contribute my talents to a worthwhile cause. I met new people, gained skills, and had fun, too.”

  • “Volunteering with Compass allowed me to use my professional background and skills to directly help a nonprofit client explore new opportunities for growth.”

  • “Compass Pro Bono gave me the opportunity to connect with local non-profits and support their mission with my professional knowledge, but also they shared valuable “know how” guiding us during the entire process. I will be forever grateful for the opportunity.”

Volunteer Celebration, June 2023



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William S. Abell Foundation