Pro Bono Work for Entrepreneurs

Small businesses have special budget, insurance, and tax considerations
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While companies with inventory on hand may give their products to charities, those with expertise to spare can donate pro bono work. For most pro bono projects, you'll get organized the same way you would if you were giving products or cash: Pick a cause and organization that match your company's values, draw up a budget, and set expectations by working out an agreement with the nonprofit.

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