Pro Bono Program

    IT company?

    Join our pro bono program

    Our Pro Bono program connects IT companies with local NGOs to jointly develop digital projects with a purpose.

    We believe that employees in the tech and IT sphere have an enormous potential to contribute to good causes. There are so many volunteering and charity campaigns they could spend money and time on, but what makes them uniquely positioned to make a long-lasting impact are their professional skills and experience.


    How it works

    • 1


      Your company selects one or several NGOs from our portfolio that you want to support in developing their proposed digital project

    • 2


      Our consulting team assists you in drafting a comprehensive action plan on how to involve employees and how to structure the work process

    • 3


      Your company's employees engage in skills-based volunteering activities by helping design and build digital solutions from start to finish

    Our 2019 Portfolio

    Throughout our work, we have found that if we want to create long-lasting solutions to social issues, they have to be done in partnership with leading organizations in the field. Take a look at the portfolio of NGO projects that we are supporting in our first edition.

    Teach for Bulgaria

    Teach for Bulgaria recruits and trains young professionals who want to contribute to the education system in Bulgaria. Their project is to create a platform where all of their alumni will be connected and will be able to share resources, opportunities, and tips.



    X-sip promotes STEAM education in schools through practical projects and experiments. They want to develop a digital platform with resources and instructional videos for teachers and parents, coupled with an ecommerce section for scientific boxes with materials for the experiments.

    Education without backpacks

    Education without Backpacks works to make education free and accessible for all by translating Khan Academy into Bulgarian. In order to make their work on editing and uploading educational videos more effective, they need help with several scripts for automation.

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    Tuk-tam is the biggest community of Bulgarians with experience or education from abroad. Their project "Guide of the newcomer" is a website with useful information for all Bulgarians who are considering returning to their home country.


    Motif uses photojournalism and storytelling to raise awareness about social issues. They want to create a stock photography website for socially-themed photography, so as to bring together photographers working on social problems and help NGOs tell their stories better.



    Transformatori is a movement for urban art and renovation. As a part of their project for "Shared Sofia Spaces" they want to create a platform for renting out non-standard spaces (such as community centers, art hubs, and so on) for events, thereby helping such spaces sustain themselves.

    Bulgarian Center for Nonprofit Law

    BCNL advocates for and helps support the Bulgarian NGO sector. Through its multiple programs, it has helped tens of organizations but in order to measure its impact, it needs a way to structure and analyze all of the data it manages and stores from 8 years back.



    CancerCare supports people with cancer and their families by providing reliable information and organizing prevention campaigns. They want to develop two instruments: CancerGuide, which will guide patients through their path, and CancerCalculator, which will calculate your risk for getting cancer.


    Footura develops projects for engaging young people into sports and promoting a healthy lifestyle. They want to combat obesity and inactivity among youth by developing an app which will use gamification to encourage them to participate in different sports events in their city.

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    Children of the Future

    Children of the Future works child psychologists and therapists to provide support to families which need specialized help. Their project is a virtual consultation platform where parents will get responses to their questions from 3 experts, in a transparent and unbiased way.

    Multi kulti

    Multi Kulti collective connects Bulgarians and foreigners through art, culture, and food. For their Multi Kulti center, they would like to develop a platform which will bring together their entire community so that they can participate in cooking classes, visit multicultural restaurants, and receive rewards.

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    Open Sofia

    Open Sofia manages the largest community of expats and foreigners in Sofia and organizes regular events for them. They want to develop a website with all of the useful information that foreigners in Sofia need, in addition to exclusive offers, discounts, events, and volunteering opportunities.

    Our consulting team

    Our consultants are here to help you structure and plan out your pro bono engagement so as to make the most of it