Pro bono at PwC

Over the years, PwC has offered critical knowledge and expertise to a wide variety of nonprofit organizations on a pro bono basis. Our approach to sharing the skills of our people by launching include our loaned employee program, board seat participation and delivering fee-waived work. Read more on sharing our skills in our latest CR Report.

Our approach to pro bono engagement

  • Board seat program

    PwC's Laura Thonn on working on the board of Chicago International Charter Schools (CICS)

  • Loaned employee program

    PwC’s pro bono work with The First Tee of Silicon Valley

  • Fee-waived engagements

    PwC’s pro bono work with Feeding America

PwC is dedicated to supporting the communities where our partners and staff live and work. However, pro bono services are unique, and our capacity and resources do not allow us to honor every request received. To be considered to receive pro bono services, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization must have an existing relationship with PwC through charitable giving, volunteerism, or a PwC employee or partner serving on its Board of Directors or Trustees. Applications for a contribution of pro bono professional services must be made by PwC partners or staff; we cannot accept external applications for services.