Pro Bono Services
Don’t qualify for Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta legal services? For nonprofits outside of Georgia, please click here for a list of pro bono organizations serving nonprofits in other cities. For individuals and Georgia nonprofits that do not meet our qualifications, click here for a list of pro bono organizations that may be able to help.
Click here for a list of local accounting firms that work with nonprofit organizations. These accountants are not volunteers and will charge fees.
By: Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta
Blue Avocado is a free nonprofit online magazine for community nonprofits. Their HTML newsletter is published twice a month.
Free Management Library – Free Complete Toolkit for Boards
The Free Management Library provides easy-to-access, clutter-free, comprehensive resources regarding the leadership and management of yourself, other individuals, groups and organizations. The toolkit contains great information on board duties.
Through data, analysis, and training, the center connects people who want to change the world to the resources they need to succeed. The Center maintains the most comprehensive database on U.S. and, increasingly, global grantmakers and their grants — a robust, accessible knowledge bank for the sector. It also operates research, education, and training programs designed to advance knowledge of philanthropy at every level.
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
This organization offers classes, consulting, networking and online resources for nonprofits.
Click here for a list of local insurance brokers that work with nonprofit organizations. These insurance brokers are not volunteers and will charge fees.
Form 990 Resources and Tools for Exempt Organizations
StayExempt.org is a user-friendly, online educational resource center for tax exempt organizations from the Internal Revenue Service.
Nonprofit Law Blog
This blog, added to at least once a week, provides great information on a variety of nonprofit law subjects.
Law For Change
This “legal forum for social innovators” offers legal resources, discussion boards and blogs for individuals and organizations dedicated to positive social change.
Nonprofit Risk Management Center
The Nonprofit Risk Management Center offers publications, articles, fact sheets and a free newsletter to help nonprofits better manage risk.
Nonprofits Insurance Alliance Group
The Nonprofits Insurance Alliance Group offers free educational booklets on its website covering risk management issues including “Nonprofit Directors and Officers: Key Facts About Insurance and Legal Liability”; “Sound Advice for Functions and Events – Tips to Help Your Nonprofit Stage Safer Special Events”; and “What Nonprofit Managers Need To Know About Lawsuits”.
National Network Contacts
Exponentum™ is dedicated to improving the quality of life in low-income and disadvantaged communities by expanding the availability and quality of pro bono business legal services for nonprofits that serve those communities.
Exponentum partners with law firms and corporations to implement national responses to challenges faced by the nonprofit sector by delivering expert legal assistance and educational programs to nonprofits. Exponentum is a collaboration of pro bono providers that serve geographic regions throughout the United States and share a goal of making nonprofits more effective in serving their communities.
Exponentum members, listed below, operate in 15 different locations around the U.S.:
Bay Area Legal Services, Inc.
Area Served: Florida (Hillsborough, Pasco and N. Pinellas Counties)
Area Served: State of Washington
Chicago Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights
Area Served: Greater Chicago Metropolitan Area
D.C. Bar Pro Bono Program
Area Served: Washington, D.C.
Lawyers Alliance for New York
Area Served: New York City
Area Served: Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Michigan Community Resources
Area Served: State of Michigan
Area Served: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Pro Bono Partnership, Inc.
Area Served: New Jersey, Connecticut and Westchester, Orange, Rockland and Putnam Counties, NY. Surrounding areas on a case-by-case basis.
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta
Area Served: Metropolitan Atlanta, GA (broadly defined)
Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio
Area Served: Cincinnati, Dayton, Northern Kentucky
Public Counsel, Community Development Project
Area Served: Los Angeles, California
San Diego Volunteer Lawyer Program
Area Served: San Diego County, California
Area Served: State of Texas
The Justice & Diversity Center (JDC) of the Bar Association of San Francisco
Area Served: Northern California
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta is proud to be a member of Exponentum, a national network of business law pro bono providers.
Centered around a 48-hour hackathon-style events: 48in48 connects local nonprofits and skilled marketing and technology professionals. At the end of these 48 hours, 48 local nonprofits have new, professional, websites.
Atlanta Community Toolbank
Atlanta Community Toolbank supplies an inventory of tools for lending to charitable organizations to increase the impact of their mission.
BoardSource is the go-to resource for funders, partners, and nonprofit leaders who want to magnify their impact within the community through governance practices. BoardSource offers customized diagnostics, live and virtual trainings, and a comprehensive library of governance resources.
Community Consulting Teams
Community Consulting Teams helps nonprofit and public sector organizations address their strategic management challenges through market and growth strategies, operational planning, feasibility studies, and business plan development.
Good Thinking ATL
Good Thinking ATL provides marketing and advertising services to the Metro-Atlanta community of nonprofits.
The LEAD Institute
LEAD Institute provides business training focusing on areas such as fundraising, volunteer management, board development, and administration.
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta
Pro Bono Partnership of Atlanta connects volunteer attorneys with Georgia nonprofits in need of free business legal services.
Taproot+ matches social good organizations with experts in marketing, strategy, technology, finance, and more for short term, pro bono projects.
Techbridge improves the Atlanta community by helping nonprofits be more impactful through technology.
Techsoup connects nonprofits, charities, and public libraries with technology products and solutions, plus the learning resources needed to make an informed decision on technology. Through websites, events, and community building initiatives, Techsoup helps organizations enhance their philanthropic impact.