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Through our Global Pro Bono (GPB) program, we provide mission-driven organizations with an external team of corporate consultants who are dedicated to working on a high-priority project of the organization’s choosing.
Skills-based volunteering programs achieve multiple objectives concurrently, and the success of each objective reinforces the others. It leverages one of your most critical resources—your employees—to make a difference while simultaneously increasing the value your employees bring to your own operations.
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DBC applied to Pro Bono for Economic Equity (PBEE), an SAP volunteering program to foster economic equity for black-owned businesses and social enterprises in order to work on the “chaos” the company was experiencing with its daily operations. Williams found the involvement to be very thorough and was able to discuss his company beyond “the website version of DBC” with his three SAP consultants.
The Pro Bono for Economic Equity (PBEE) program is a skills-based volunteer program to help solve critical business challenges faced by Black-owned businesses. It was created by SAP in partnership with their long-time partner Pyxera Global to address the long-standing issue of social and systemic racial injustices within the United States, including in the business world.
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations (UN) estimates that one-third of the food that’s produced for human consumption globally is lost or wasted.
For Scott Mather, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of investment management firm PIMCO, it’s the value of that food loss and waste — about $1 trillion – that sticks in his mind, a very tangible indicator of the inefficiency of the global food value chain.
Reimagining Community Health Systems Challenge to Deliver Telehealth to Underserved Areas Ends with Strategies for Expansion
Pyxera Global’s Reimagining Community Health Systems Challenge ended in September with U.S. Community Health Centers poised to play a stronger role in expanding telehealth services for 30 million low-income patients and plans created for forward-thinking remote patient monitoring systems in Iowa. That’s a long way from the Challenge’s kick off in early August, when Pyxera Global brought […]